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NOTABLE MEN 



KENTUCKY 

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AT THE BEGINNING 
OF THE 



201H CENTURY 

( 1901-1902 ) 



EDITED BY 

BEN. LABREE, 

Author of "The Pictorial Battles of the Civil War," "Confederate Soldier in the 

Civil War," " Camp Fires of the Confederacy," " Battle Field and Quarter 

Deck;" Compiler of Admiral Porter's "Naval History of the Civil 

War;" Editor and Director of Publication of the 

"Historical Altum Knights Templar,'' 

&c., &c., &c. 



PUBLISHERS- 

GEO. G. FETTER PRINTING CO. 
LOUISVILLE, KY. 



THE NEW 

PUBLIC LIBRARY 

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AS TOP. LENOX AND 
I FOUNDATION! 

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G. Fetter gen. La 

Gco. G.FC.TTEI? I EDITOI^AKD , 

OF PUBLICATION. 



INTRODUCTION. 



XE OF AMERICA'S most distinguished citizens, referring to this work, 
declared it invaluable to him. because it brings into view, in compact 

shape, the faces of hundreds 'of his intimate CrienAs and acquaint- 
ances, the contemplation of which affords liini unbounded pleasure and 
gratification, besides including, as it docs, an aggregation of Kentucky 
men who have in their respective fields or spheres earned a share of pub- 
lic notice by reason of their intellectual talents and business ability. 

Men come upon the stage of life, play their respective parts in the 
great drama of time and events, and then pass away. Some, by reason of 
the impress which they make upon those of their time and generation, 
live oil in history, while others the greater number die and are forgot- 
ten. The love of posthumous fame is inherent in most men. Those 'who 
attain to distinction in life are solicitous that such distinction be trans- 
mitted as a legacy to their descendants, and to post erity outside the bands 
of consanguinity. This is a noble instinct; one which prompts men to 
higher aims and deeds, and brings out of each his best and utmost endea- 
vors to deserve the approbation of his fellow men. 

\Ve love to contemplate the success of friends in their' respective 
vocations, and to dwell upon their virtues after they have gone off the 
si age of life. In no way can we obtain such a comprehensive and pleas- 
urable view of them, their just fame, their virtues and accomplishm.en.tSj, 
as in a work like this. 

The scope of the work and the time allotted rendered it impossible to 
include every man prominent in his respective vocation, but we have, 
we feel assured, presented within these pages a very great number of 
the men who have made their mark, in various ways, in the State of 
Kentucky. 

On account of the great space it would have required, the titles and 
explanations are not lengthy. In every instance they have been con- 
densed to between four and seven lines. This brevity was rendered neces- 
sary in order to prevent the work assuming a size too voluminous. In 



6 FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 

addition to the portraits, their titles and classifications, tnere is in this 
volume an index divided into two sections, the first containing the 
names, the second the topics or vocations. 

At first glance this might appear to be a plain, simple compilation, but 
the preparation of these 228 pages required nearly eighteen months of 
patient labor, and the \vork will, \ve feel assured, receive the approbation of 
all who take an interest in biography. The title, "Notable Men of Kentucky," 
is used in its broadest sense. It has been interpreted to mean those who, 
whether born within the limits of the Commonwealth or not, represent 
interests or connections within its borders, or who have served to illus- 
trate or illumine the progress of the State. That the work is not com- 
plete nor perfect is admitted. It is hoped, however, that, as a whole, it 
will receive general approval, because of the fact that it brings together, 
at one view as it were, the faces of so many who are worthy representa- 
tives of their fellowmen in the several walks of life. 

The uses of a work of this kind are unlimited. Aside from the per- 
sonal satisfaction or pleasure it affords, it will prove invaluable as a refer- 
ence book for libraries, newspaper offices, counting rooms, and generally 
in the homes and places of business of people everywhere. During the 
compilation of the- work, some of its subjects have passed away, both 
young and middle-aged. As the years slip by. others will go, and the 
steady procession to the grave will go on until all whose faces appear 
within these pages shall have paid the last great debt of nature. Future 
generations will then pick up the book, and contemplate with renewed 
interest the faces of those 011 the pages within it. Looking backward as 
they gaze, will rise into view those who, in their day and generation, 
illustrated the genius and business effort of their time, and who, by their 
merits and accomplishments, were entitled, to be preserved within the 
pages of "Notable Men of Kentucky.' 

PRINTING. 

The printing of a book like this, aside from the great amount of la- 
bor bestowed in the collection of its subjects, and their arrangement, 
is a notable iindertaking for any publishing house. Each sheet impres- 
sion is from a form of sixteen pages, containing 64 portraits, every one of 
which must be shown up to its full value. The press work must be A-l, or 
this value, or acme of excellence, can not be satisfactorily set out to the 
eye. The ordinary high speed press of the newspaper can rush its forms 



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through. Bui where there are artistic features to be sought, or produced, 
the matter of time and speed are minor considerations. 

In tine book-making, the most perfect register and impression are 
absolutely necessary; else, the end sought will fail of materialization. 
Hence, only the thirst ami most perfect presses are used. 

This volume of but fifteen different forms 50,000 30x4<> hx-h sheets, 
on which a modern prrsshas been engaged for several months, will afford 
some idea of the difference between book and newspaper work. The print- 
ing was done by the Geo. G-. Fetter Printing Co. The style of its exe- 
cution speaks for itself, and will bear the inspection of the most critical 
connoisseur on. the art of book-making. 

PHOTOGRAPHS AND ENGRAVING. 

Over nine hundred portraits, made by the skilled engravers of the 
Heybach-Bush Co., make this the most comprehensive collection of true 
likenesses ever published for any State except New York. These portraits 
are all exact reproduction of photographs from life, made by such eminent 
artists as : 

Doerr, \Vybraiit, Munfort, McFadclen, 

Klauber, Mullen, Fox, Bowles, 

Johnston, Schlegel, Miller. Gunther, 

Asmus, Johns. Standiford, Fearnaught, 

Thusset Liiid, Jones, Spengler, Wolff, and others. 

More than eight hundred of such original photographs were made 
for this collection, and in order to make a reasonablj- satisfactory selec- 
tion, it was found necessary to accumulate nearly fifteen hundred photo- 
graphs. The pictures have been classified into groups, affording at a glance 
a coterie of those who have been, or are, conspicuous in any particular 

vocation. 

THE EDITOR. 



INDEX TO PORTRAITS. 



Abrnm. W. J 

Aekerman. Rev. Oscar, D. C. L. 

Arkernian, Philip 

Adams, Walter S 

Alirens, Theodore. Sr 

Albers, Dr. Henry 

Allen, F. S. 



PAGE. 

191 

21 

.211 
.152 
.167 
.109 
.140 



Allen, John It 55 

Anderson, Joseph Ray, II. D 100 

Anderson, F. Paul 35 

Anderson. Simrall, 51. D 93 

Arn, . L. \\ 79 

Ashbrook. S. J 133 

Asm us. \Voldemar 120 

Averdick. James Andrew, M. D 101 

A very, George C 166 

Avritt, Samuel 70 



B 



. . 93 
,.189 

. . 411 
..153 



Biiik-.v, William O., M. D 

BaircJ, William 

Baker, The, mas II.. 11. 1> 

Baker, William A 

Baker, Rev. J. II 27 

Ballard, Capt. R. II 157 

Banks, David 136 

Bannon, William 1' 163 

Barclay, Douglas 186 

Barnes, W. W.. .M. D., D. D. S 105 

Barnett, I'ieero 31 41 

I'.arr, John W., Jr 142 

Ha i r. Thomas D 161 

Barret, James S 125 

Barrow. David, M. D 96 

Earth, Patil C 22N 

Bartholomew. 1'rof. Win. II 38 

Bax, Very Rev. Lawrence 20 

Baxter, Wm. Edwards, 31. D., D. D. S 108 

Beavers, Jas. 31. S 171 

Beokham, Gov. J. C. W 48 

Bell, James F, 154 

Bell. John 51 136 

Beuncrs. James \V"\ ms. 31. D So 

Bennett, Diller 196 

Bennett, John 1% 

Bernhehn, Bernard . 209 

Bethel, Joseph C 188 

Biles, John V 213 

Birch. G. Allen 

Blackburn, Joseph C. S 44 

Blackwell, T'lomas ... 130 

r.laiilon. Key. L. H., D. D 

Bloom, I. N. A. B., M. D * 

Bodine, James Mori isou, M. D 83 

P.oldri.'lr. Goorse D 109 

Bonnie. Robert P 207 

Bonnie, William 207 

Bornwasser, Lonls P 214 

Bosse, Henry. Jr 

Boutelle, Walter W 11" 

T'oyd. J. G. A 149 

Bracken, Rev. T. A., D. D 22 

Brady, .1. Henry 118 

Bradbury, William H 189 

Bradley. William O fi3 

Bradley. Dr. S. A 109 

Brashear, Earle J.. 31. D 97 

Breckel. Charles F 115 

Rrerkinridse. Robert J 49 

Breekinridse, W. C. P 64 



B 

PAGE. 

Brennan, ('apt. John i:,,x 

Brewer. Wm. H 116 

Bridges, Charles A 21!) 

Bridges, Isharn 21!l 

Brin ly. John L Ifiti 

Brinl.y. Thomas C 166 

Brown, (.'reel 21 

Brown, Davis 208 

Brown. Eli II 72 

Brown, Hewett 208 

Brown, James P, 59 

Brown. John Mason 7:: 

Browu, Kev. John T 28 

Brown. J. T. S., Jr 2">. 

Brown. J. T. S.. Sr 208 

Brown. John Yoiin.' 63 

P.rnwn. 51. II.. 51. D 108 

Brown, Robert \\ Ill 

Briiro. Iloi-atio W 67 

Brunei-, Ben L.. 51. D 102 

Brvan. James W 63 

Buekmaster. R. P 104 

Buokner, James 51 2211 

Bnrnam. A. R 47 

Buruam. < 'urtis F 71 

Bnrlon, Rt. Rev. Lewis William. D. D 17 

Busalli. Anlon 204 

Bush. Sam Stone 12:! 

Bush. Frank P 161 

Bn-ehomcyer. William G 184 



Cabell, Rev. B. F ; 35 

Cabell, John 51 35 

CaMwell, A. J 191 

i 'a lil well. John W 139 

Caldwell, Jnnius 152 

I'aldwpll. Peter 37 

Campbell, Rev. Daniel S,, D. D 29 

('a in |ibel I. Pike 202 

Cantrill, J. Campbell 53 

Carson. Robert C r>3 

Carter, A. P 57 

Carter, John A 1SS 

Carter. Lillard 48 

Cartled.se. A. Moi-^an. 31, D S9 

Caruth, Asher G 72 

Castleman, Brig. -Gen. John B 146 

Castleinan. Brcekinrldge 146 

Caumissar. Thomas C 177 

Caweiu. Madison J IV 

Cecil, C. P., Jr 224 

(Veil. John G.. B. S.. 51. D 83 

Chamberlain. Ed. W 181 

Chattorson. J. Marshall 69 

Choiiaiilt, John P, 50 

< 'lienoweth, Henry, 31. D 87 

Chenoweth, James S., 31. D . . 89 

Cherry, H. II ..39 



Cherry. T. C. 

Clark. Edward B 

Clark. James S 

Clark. James. Jr 

Clarke, F. II., 31. D. . . . 

Cobb. Arthur 

Cochran, Andrew 51. J. 

Cochran. John 167 

Coleman. Joseph S ]70 

Collis. Rey. 5Iark. D. D 28 

Colston, R. T. . . . 61: 



. 39 

.189 
.ISO 
.155 
. 96 
.159 
40 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



PAGE. 

Conner. J. AV 160 

Conrad, Tlieophile 181 

( 'nuk, Arthur B 162 

Cook. A. C., D. D. S 106 

Cooke, Lyttletou 67 

Cook, AV. S 132 

('(ion. George S.. M. H 90 

Cooper, A. R 200 

Cooper, .1. M 56 

Ci.nl, William II 36 

Coulter. Gus. G 48 

Ci.vintrton. Joseph G .- 61 

Cox, Attilln, Jr 69 

CON. Attilla 143 

Cox, Luke 125 

Cox, William X 154 

Craddock, ,|. Civ. 'iis 113 

Craft, .Icisrpli A 41 

Craig, Thomas P 59 

Craik. Rev. Charles Ewell, D. D IS 

Crane, William F isu 

I'rc.i-kett, T. Hiter 61 

Cn.ft. George W 87 

Cniss. George 190 

Cross, George E 190 

( 'rush. Charles L 193 

Cummins, Rev Thomas. D. D 22 

Cunningham, Richard II tir, 

Cus.-aclen George W i'"l 

Cusick. J. L. 119 



n.-inforth. George L 140 

Danle.v, Rev. AV. S., D. D 231 

Darby, P. II T? 

Dargan, Rev. Edwin C., D. D 30 

DaeiiMe. F. AA'm 169 

Daeuble, John G 169 

Daimherty, J. AV., D. D. S 105 

Danghei-ty. AV. II.. M. D 130 

Davidson. John Caldwell 149 

Mavis. AVillis P 168 

Dawes, Rev. Bourbon A., D. D 26 

Deboe, William J 44 

DeFuuiak, F. R.. Jr 43 

Dellavon. Fivd.M-irk. M. D.. D. 104 

Denhard. Brooks 1S4 

Dial. J. M 78 

Mickey. E 139 

I lickson. Frank C 195 

Hilly. Oscar C.. P. H. G., M. D 88 

DiM.ii. Archil. aid. M. D 99 

Df.dd. William J 159 

Doevhoefer, John 125 

Dni'iT. J. Henry 120 

Dcdiert.v, William B.. M. D 92 

Dorsey, Charles AV 147 

Downing. George Crntcher 37 

Downs, George F 164 

Drake, C. S 149 

Dudley, Rt. Rev. Thomas Underwood, D. D.. 

LL. D 17 

Duke. Basil AV 64 

Dumesnil. Harry 1SS 

Duncan. Ellis, Dr 59 

Dunoan. Henry. T 58 

Dunn. Jesse T.. M. D 88 

Dili:. -lie. George 47 

Durham. Ben. J 226 

Dnrrett, Reuben T.. A. M., LL. D... ..65 



Eager. Rev. George P>., D. D 30 

Early. Charles C." 145 

Eaton, Rev. Thomas T., D. D 25 



FACJE. 

Edelen, T. L 75 

Kin-man ii. Ililmar 210 

Ely. Rev. J. Calvin, D. D 33 

Einbry. Henry F 214 

Endow. Rey. II. G.. D. D 29 

Ernst. Richard P 66 

Erpclding.T, Frank 203 

Ksc.itl, .las. S 124 

Estes, T. M 182 

Estill. Rev. Ueverdy. D. D 18 

Evans, Thomas Crain, M. D 85 

Evans. AA'alter 40 



Fallis, Robert G.. M. D. . . 

Farr. B. Jones, M. D 

Fan-is, II. J 

Faulds, David 1' 

Felix. Rev. Joseph S. 



S4 

91 

132 

US 

27 

Fcnl.-v. Oscar 126 

Fciincll. Edward 51 

l-Vimcr. Rev. Ilarlan K., D. D 21 

Ferguson. Edwin II 17;i 

1 . rmison, J. P., A. II., M. D 84 

Feller. Goo. G 114 

Filcliui-r. Edward D 160 

Fisher, J. B 58 

Fil<-h. B. F. D 62 

Fitzgerald. Rev Edward Shields 20 

Ford. Arthur Y Ill 

Fort. Frank T.. M. D 82 

Frank, J. P 224 

Franke. E. Carl 21-1 

Franklin. Robert B 55 

Fnmks. E. T 41 

FrilseliiHT. George 19S 

Frogge, S. L., A. B.. A. M :: 

Frost. Rev. AVilliam Goodell. D. D., P. II. D. .. ::i; 

Fruit, Edgar Newton, D. D. S 1% 

Fuller. Charles C 15S 

Finnia. William M.. M. D Inl 



Gaertner. Philip A 73 

Galleher. Paul C 43 

Galvin, John W., II. D 87 

Gardiner, Clarence R 152 

Garman, Prof. Harrison 34 

Garr. Benjamin A., M. D 91 

Garrett, Edward 137 

Garrison, R. L 38 

Gathright. Josinh B 174 

Gathright. Owen 174 

Gattonlain. Joseph 215 

German, Edward C 114 

Gilbert. George G 45 

Glenn. D. A 55 

Goldstein, Dr. G 108 

Goodwin. Edward L 178 

Goodwin. Henry U IIS 

Grabfelder. Samuel 205 

Grainger. Charles F 58 

Grant. Thomas Page, M. D 94 

Grant. TI. Horace. A. M., M. D ..82 

Grant. AVilliam E., M. D.. D. D. S 105 

Graves. Jacob H 128 

Graves. Rev. A. C., D. D 25 

Gray, W. B 155 

Gray, Rev. B. D., A. M., D. D 31 

Green. Frank Karrick. M. D 102 

Greene. Thomas B 56 

Griffith. D. M.. M. D 100 

Grigsby. AV. F 79 

Grinstead. William C 38 

Grinstead. William E 224 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY.' 



r M.I:. 

Grublis. Charles S 70 

Grubbs. Rev. Isaiah B 32 

Guest, .lames \V.. JI. D 91 

(iulT.v, I!. L. D 4G 

Guilfoyle, Edward A IDS 

Gunther, F. T 224 



PACE. 

Irvine. Joseph W 225 

Irwin. Harvey S 45 



llager. S. W 49 

nagorniun. I!. ('.. A. M 33 

Haggard. Rodney 76 

Haldeman, Bruce 110 

llalileman, Walter N 110 

Haldeman, Win. B 110 

Hale, Rev. Frederick Douglas, D. D 25 

Haley, 1'ercy 5f> 

Hall, George C., Jr 136 

I laioilton, Kev. \\'illiani Wistar 26 

IIansl.ro, W. L.. D. D. S 106 

Harbison, John J 174 

Hardest}-, S. A 202 

Hardwick, Frederick AY 179 

Hardy, James Edward 105 

Harlan, Samuel F 60 

I-Iarned, Mark K 171 

Harper, George B 156 

Harris, John G 224 

Hawes. Key. Thompson M., D. D 22 

Hawlev. I lev. Fred V.. D. D 24 

Hays. Edwin W 126 

Ilazelriirg. James II 63 

Head. I',enj. T 135 

Head. J. Samuel, Jr 135 

Head. Richard C. T 135 

Ilealine, Frank J 171 

Hedden, S. C 194 

Hegewakl. John F. C 181 

Heissman. Mark II 79 

Helm, Charles J 67 

Ilemphill, Key. Charles. D. D 22 

Ilendrick, J. Buford 140 

Hendrick. John K 68 

Ilendrix, Joseph Leonard 138 

I lennany. Charles 155 

Herr. Robert W 60 

Hersey. Ma jor I lenry B 43 

Ileuser, Henry. M. D S4 

Hewett, Fayette 130 

Hirkman, George AY 53 

Ilielnnan. Kii-hard Baylor 168 

Hill, C. B 48 

Hill. Edward George 211 

Hill, Reuben D 40 

Ilindman, Biscoe 148 

Kite. AYilliam W l.~ii 

Hiil.litzell. Bruce 151 

Hobson, .1. P 46 

II. . I. v, in. A'. II.. A. M.. M. D.. D. P. S 107 

H.M-kcr. T. Logan 150 

Hoerter, AYill F 215 

Hogart.v. A'orv Key. Joseph A 20 

Hoge. Charles E 130 

Hoge, Key. Peyton Harrison, D. D 24 

Iloke, AYilliam B 54 

Ilolcomh, Key. Steve P 27 

Hollenbach, August 210 

Ilollinshead. Tl lore' II.. JI. D 90 

Holmes. Samuel B 42 

Ilord. AYilliam T 134 

Howard, Younger. M. D 86 

Hudson, Rev. Leslie H., D. D 24 

Hughes, John C 185 

Hughes. John T 221 

Iluhlein. Charles F 166 

Iliilsewode. Charles (1 7S 

Hume. E. E.. M. D 98 

Hunt. George Robinson. Jr 123 

Hurt, Benjamin H 214 

llntoliings, John Bacon 159 



Jackson, J. B.. M. D 97 

Ji S, Havid II 128 

Jefferson. Henry. T 191 

Jefferson. Thomas L 178 

Jenkins. Key. P.urris A 32 

Johnson. George E Ill 

Johnson. L. F 80 

Johnston. J. Stoddard 112 

Johnston. William A 122 

Joiner, Harvey 119 

.Tours. lieliiamin B 39 

Jones, Itev'. Carter Helm. D. D 25 

Jones, Kev. E. I'endleton, D. D L 1 ? 

Jones, La wrenee 123 

Jones, Simon X ...109 



K 

Kaelin. Lewis. JI. D S6 

Kavanaugh, Frank K 52 

Kohi.r. .lames N 45 

Keller, D. H., JI. D 94 

Keller, Hervey S. JI. D 91 

Keller. Green R lig 

Kelluer. John F 212 

Kellner. Frederick F 212 

Kelly, I. AY., B. S 140 

Kelly, Robert JI 113 

Kelly. Uobel t JI., Jr 168 

Kelsall, Oliver Holt, A. M.. JI. D 85 

Kendrick. George P 1S4 

Kendriek. AVin. C 184 

Kennedy, Hanson 54 

Kennedy. Orville A.. B. S., JI. D 86 

Kiefer, John 225 

Kineaid. Robert C 70 

King, Lloyd A., D. D. S 106 

King, C. L 131 

Kisor. J. D. JI. II 97 

Klauber. Edwin 1211 

Klein. John W 204 

Kloisor. A. II.. JI. D 100 

Kline. Orland S 151 

Klusmeier, Frederick 226 

Knott. Richard W 112 

Kobert. Charles 206 

Koehler. Henry 196 

Koop. AA'illiam E 165 

Kremer, John \Y.. JI. D S4 



LaBach. Prof. J. 34 

Laliree. Ben 115 

LaViello. AY. R. R 154 

Lancaster, J. A 177 

Lancaster, R. B 133 

Layer, Gottlieb 215 

Leachrnan, George C., JI. D 93 

Leachman, AA'illiam T., JI. D. . 93 

Leavell. Hugh N., JI. D 

Leigh. Ed. 51 

Li aril, A. C.. JI. D .. 95 

Leonard, S. N ^133 

Letcher. Ben, M. D 99 

I.eteher. J ames Hughes. M. D 9a 

Lewis. Charles JI ng 

Lewis. Fred N 124 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



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PAGE. 

Lewis, John C 187 

Lewis. John W 71 

Lewis. Thomas Stone, SI. D 95 

Lewnmn, George W 126 

Low. lli-nrv 194 

Lilian!. K. T 51 

Linil, Frank C 121 

.indsav, William 44 

.indsey. Daniel \V 88 

.ippold, Pen F 116 

jithgow, James S 164 

,ittle, II. U 138 

A\\lf. Lucius 1* CD 

Llo.vd, Rev. William F., D. D 29 

Logan, Emmet G Ill 

Lime, Gi-orge J 167 

Lortz, Gustave N 160 

Loving. I lector V 144 



M 

Ma as. .1. ill n. Jr 210 

Maliim, J. 142 

Malone, John T 142 

Mann. Jesse E 90 

Mansfeld, Robert 177 

Maivus. Edward II 162 

-Mai-shall. KoU-rr L 22S 

Marret, Joseph E 223 

Mather, Logan L 17n 

Mathews. Joseph JIoDowell. M. I).. LL. D SI 

Mayer, Alf. E 227 

Mayer. Walter S 227 

Mnirham. Charles M 113 

Mri-haii, Michael J 175 

MofToi-t, William II 199 

Meuilel, Charles 172 

Mengel, Charles C., Jr 175 

Slengel, Clarence R 175 

Monk. Theodore 212 

Mriine, Frank A 178 

Meriwetlior. William A 152 

Slerritt, Montgomery 68 

Merriweather, Jacob F 160 

Sletznor. Edward F 153 

Middleton, John A 12S 

Miller, Harry 202 

Miller, P. Gait 184 

.Miller. Shai-kelforrt :, .54 

Miller. Wallace G 178 

Miller. W. Scott 200 

Milligan, Alexander R 32 

Minary, T. J 156 

Mitchell, James A 73 

Mitchell, James C., SI. D 103 

Mitchell. Walter S 227 

Monroe. A. Leight, SI. D 90 

MoiitonoL'ro. Antonio C 199 

Montgomery, H. P 199 

Moody. <'laude D 150 

Moore. Daniel L 127 

Moon-. George C 56 

Moore. Hughes 197 

Moore. James H.. SI. D 98 

Morris. George W 145 

Morris. Jackson 57 

Morrison, Rev. Henry Clay. D. D 17 

Moses, Rev. Adolph, D. D 29 

Mounsey, Geo. T.. SI. D S7 

Mourning, Garland H 1S6 

Mourning, William H 187 

M uckelbaner, John A 119 

Mueller, Hans 206 

Mneneh. Julius 203 

Muldoon, Michael 180 

Mullen, James 120 

Mullen, Willis S 150 

Shilling, Rev. Edgar Y., D. D., LL. D 30 

Mulligan. David B 200 

Mulligan, George E 200 

Mulligan, James H 64 



M 

PAGE. 

Mulliken. S. A 116 

Miinii, Aliraliam G 165 

.Murray. David K 50 

Murray. Logan C 125 

Mi-Cliesney. II. V. 49 

M<-Cord, It. C., SI. D Kll 

.Mi-Cord. ('. C :,n 

Sli-Clarly. Clinton C 120 

M.-Closkey. lit. Rev. William George. I). D 17 

Sli-Clnre. William II.. SI. D 90 

MrCivarv. James B 44 

Sli-cnlloi-h. J. W 205 

Mi-Cnt,-h,.,,ii. J. M 139 

.Mi-Dei- n. Edward J 67 

Mi-Dowell. Slnart 1S3 

McDowell. R. A 79 

McDowell, William I' 42 

Mi-Garvey. Rev. J. W 32 

MrGarvrv. .7. Wheeler 74 

Mi-Ginnis, E. G 222 

MrKa v, Wallace / 76 

Mi-Kay. 10. 10 80 

Mi K i -man. I "rank L 148 

Mi-Knight. William II 1SD 

MoMurtry, Lewis S.. A. SL. SI. D SI 

SleQuown. Lewis 72 



N 

Nail. Ion r.evorly 49 

Nanz. Henry 223 

Nary. C. E 107 

NelT. I'aul A 225 

Nelson, Cli.u-li-s L 150 

Nelson, n. 10 104 

Nothorland. William II 108 

Xoe. William I! 131 

Nollan. I lev. Lewis G 21 

Nones. William C 173 

Nones. Selh M 173 

Norlon. Charles B 187 

Norton. George C 180 

Nuetzel. Fred O 17H 



Obenchain. W. A., A. SI 33 

Olirooht. lit. Rev. Edmund SL, O. C. R 19 

ccr.ni-n. Edward J LI!' 

uortol. John Fred 212 

OITutt. Ilyman 177 

ngdon. Charles F 02 

Oldham, Charles Kavanaugh 153 

O'Neal, Joseph T 66 

O'lloai-. E. C 47 

Orendorf. Henry. SI. D 88 

Orinsliy. Henry D 124 

Owens. Cleon C. . . . 52 



Palmer, J. Brent, SI. D 103 

Palmer. William 213 

rat-sons, Clarence W 61 

Parsons, Frank 55 

Patt.-rson, Prof. J. K., Ph. D., LL. D 34 

Patterson. William. Jr 210 

Paynter, Thomas H 46 

Peak. J. Hunter. M. D 103 

Peak, R. F 56 

Peak. W. F 131 

Pearce. Edward Lee. SI. D 103 

Pearson, Edward C 217 

Pearson. Lorenzo D 217 

Pell. Tom B , 134 



12 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



I'oll. William B ^ 

I'em-nd, Rev. W. K., D. D. . 2 

Perkins. Rev. Edmund T.. D. D 

Peter, 1'rof. Alfred M 

Peter, Robert Arthur ^ 

Pettet, Charles 11 |=* 

Pt'eifer. diaries C "" 

linu'st . Ferdinand .7 J 

helps, James S.. Sr ** 

ik,.. Very Rev. \V. D 

irtli-. Alfred "' 

irtle. James S 

Pirlle. John B 

Pope. Cnrran, M. D J?| 

Tollman, M. R g 

Posehinsier. Mathias f<|- 

Potter. J. E 

Potter. J. Whit } 

Toiler. William J. . ""i 

Pov. ell, Rev. Edward L.. D. D 

Powell, James W 

Powers, J. D. ... 

Pritchett. William Henry. A. M 

Puls. Henry A. J 



Quinn. William A., M. D. 
Quisenberry, J- A. 



. 99 
.132 



Raffo, Rev. Charles P 

Rains. James M 

Ramey. Henry S 

Ran, William G. . 

Ray, Charles A " 

Kay. W. \Vadc. M. I> ^ 

Ravbiirn. W. K ,jc 

Reager, H. P 

Reavis, Rev. J. Ovcrtou ^ 

.V.223 

;;;;;;;;;; 107 

.'.'.'.'.'.'. '.v."!ii9 



.220 
.194 

131 

73 



Reese. J. Ed. 
Reimers. Edward n. . 
Reiss, George . 

Renfro, Wallace 

lievenaugh. A. O. ... 

KeVill. J. C " 4 ., 

Reynolds, C. O ;;'"-,V"r^ ' ' R9 

ReVnolds. Dudley S.. A. M., M. D .- 

Ki. . Laban M. 
Richardson. Orlando < 
Riehart. James M. 

Kiddell. Robert 

Riehm. John L. 

Rigdon. Stephen A. Douglas 

Roach. W. Douglas "" 

Roberts, David Yaud.-ll. M. 1 

Roberts, Samuel J 

Roberts Rev. Win. Charles, D. D., LL. D., 

^ rp J) oi 

Roberts.' William Owen, M. D. . -J>3 

Robertson, A. B. 

Robertson, Albert S "" 

Robinson. Alexander G --^ 

Robinson. A. Lee 

Robinson. Arch M 

Robinson. Charles Bonnycastle 

Robinson, Charles P 

Robinson, George A "\ss 

Robinson, R. A ;""~ IQ? 

Robinson, Richard Alexander. Sr. . ' IQ.> 

Robinson. William Alexander f 

Robinson, William Meade " 

Robinson. Worthington ' "17 

Roche. John E '"TTI 

Rodes. H. C 

Rodman. II. D -.. 

Rodman. J. J.. M. D. 

Roe. Charles C " "' 

Koeikin. Oscar II 



.175 
.211 



PAGE. 

Rohrman, John 

Rowell, J. Kirk 

Rowland, Edward 

Rubel. Thomas II J" 

Ruedeman. William J 

Rnggles, James W 

Runyan, Charles E 

Russell. D. II 

Ryan, Capt. Francis M 



Sampey. Rev. John R., D. D 

Samuel. Fouche W., A. M.. M. D. . 

Sanaman. J. H 

Sanders, Henry V |J 

Sandifer. Henry G * 

Sapp. Charles E *i 

Schildt. John C ' 

S.-hiinpeler. Charles - 

Sehlegel. Louis ^ 

Schmidt. Karl **' 

Sri ni ng. Henry, Jr J 

Sclioppenhorst, F. W 7 

Sel.oppeuhorst, Henry ^ 

Scott. Prcscott Brown, A. M., M. L> 

Scovell, Prof. M. A J* 

Sears, W. A ^ 

Seebolt, C. L.. D. D. S 

Seulbacli. Charles *" 

Seelbaoh, Julius C ~j"- 

Seelbnch, LOIUS ^)J^ 

Seelbacb. OttO -" l , 

Sehon. George L - 

Seibert, Andrew E "j 

Selby. George B ^ 

Semple. Alex L 

Snivel. Philip 

Senn, Frank 

Sr,,, i. Frank P -Ji 

Shackelford, Samuel, J *' 

Sheilds, Charles II 

Shelley. F.. M 

Shreve, Hiram " 

Shulhafer. Isadora L Jjj 

Shulliafer. Simon }^ 

Simmons. William l ^ 

Simpson. George F., M. D 

Simrall. John G 

Skain. John 

Skillman. Henry M.. M. D ^ 

Slack. John W *Y 

Slattery. John .1 " ' 

Slaughter. William II., Jr J*J 

Smith. Al. S - 

Smith. Rev. George Grant 

Smith. J. Lithgow j 

Smith, Wi'nneid'scotV.'M.'b'.. D. D. S W5 

Smyser. Jacob L 

Sneod, S. K '. 

Snjder, Charles M {^: 

Soaper, R. H ^ 

South. J. G.. M. D 

Spalding. Charles C --- 

Speed. James B J iji 

Spencer. Rev. I. J., D. D gj 

Spenglor. Franz Joseph '-- 

Sperry. David B -: 

Stanley, S. E..M. D g 

Steber, Alexis F j^ 

Steedninn. James P, 1 ^' 

Sle|,heuson. William W " 

Stites, John ij; 

Mr.iier, Charles G j 

Strater. Henry {ip 

Sl rater. William F, '"' 

Stratton, John A 1 S 

Stratton. Oliver H ' 

Straus. Henry ril 

Strauss. John JInson "' 



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W 



PAGE. 

Streng, Manuel J 185 

Strother, John C 75 

Stucky, Harry 62 

Stucky, J. A., M. D 97 

Stucky, Thomas H., A. M., M. D 81 

Summers, George G 181 

S\vea ringen, Eiribry L 144 

Sweets, Rev. Henry H 23 



Tapp. Presley H 171 

Tatuni, Clifton 21S 

Taylor, Bushrod W 156 

T;o lor, E. H., Jr 53 

Taylor. Hancock 151 

Taylor, Prof. H. K 37 

Taylor, John P., M. D 102 

Taylor, Marion E 205 

Tenney, O. S 1 64 

Tersti true, Ili'iirv 174 

Terry. Al vail L 186 

Thorp. William H 37 

Tlieol.ald, Griffin P 148 

Thierman. Henry A 207 

Thomas. Majnr Barak G 221 

Thomas, Calvin F 196 

Thomas, Jefferson 158 

Thomas, W. J 124 

Thompson, Callett W 138 

Thomson. Ar.tlionv V 172 

Thome. William P 66 

Thnm. Frederick C., M. D 86 

Thuss, W. G 121 

Thnliorlake. Thomas C 147 

Tipton, W. II 128 

Traliue. Willett C 149 

Triro. John B 133 

Trice, Stephen E 133 

Trimble, South 45 

Tuley. Henry Enos, A. B.. M. D 85 

Turner, Oscar ....76 



PAGE. 

1~0 



U 



Uri, Nathan M. 



.209 



Vance, Ap Morgan 89 

Vance, Burton 77 

Vance, Robert D 75 

Vance, S. B 75 

Vanmeter, Solomon Lee 57 

Vaughan, W. Nick 61 

Voght. Clarence II.. M. D 101 

Veech. Bethel B 144 

Vogt, Adam 169 

Vogt. Charles C 176 

Vogt, Henry 169 

Vogt. Rudolph F 176 

Volkerding, Herman 205 



W 



Walker, Herbert G 

Wallace, Christopher K., M. D. 

Wallace, Lew G 

Wallace. W. M 

Walter, Frank 

Walter, John E. 



223 

102 

51 

221 

213 

213 

Waltz, Rev. S. S., D. D 21 

Ward, A. H 127 

Ward, E. C ...54 



Warden, L. J 

Warden. II. P ...................................... H5 

Warren, Rev. Edward L., D. D ............ 

Waters. Laurence B .............................. 60 

Wathen, J. A ............................... 

Wai hen, J. B., Jr ................................... 206 

Wathen, K. N ...................................... 140 

Wathen, Thomas J .................. 

Watterson, Henry ................... 

Watts, Benjamin B .......................... 

Watts, J. Richard ............................ 

Walts. W. W ....................................... 71 

Weaver, Rev. Jos. M., D. D .................... 26 

Welior, Rev. John L., D. Litt ........... 

Wedekemper. Howard C ..................... 

Weir. .lames .......................... 

Westermann. Rev. Bernard II ......... 

Wet stein. Ed \vard F ............................... -'- 

Whallen, John II ................ 

Wliavne. Trevor II ................................. 1 J 

Wheat, John L .......................... 

White. J. I) ..................................... 

White. John D ............................ 

While, .7. Frank .......................... 

White. John M .............................. 

Whitosidos. Harry R .................... 

Whitesides. Isaac F ............................... 203 

Whitesiiles. W. S .................................. 203 

Whit ley. Andrew G ............................... 168 

Whilney. Roland L ................................. 172 

Wilhiie. Samuel M ..................................... 9 

Williams. Charles V ................................ !>" 

Williams, llenr^e W ............................. 78 

Williams. I. nke I'.. M. D ................... 

Williams, liogor I) ....................... 

Williams. Thomas D.. M. I> ....................... 98 

Williams. U. V., M. I) ............................ % 

Willis. L. C ................................ 

Willson. Augustus E ........................... 7n 

Wilson. Rev. Eimnett L .......................... ' 

Wilson, Frank C.. A. M.. M. D .................... Si 

Wilson. Garrett D ............................... 

Wilson. George H .............................. 157 

Wilson. Hardin ................................... 1'- 

Wollers. Henry .................................. 159 

Wilson. W. Shelby ................................ 137 

Windell, J. T.. M. D ................................ 92 

Winn. Martin J .................................... 198 

Winslow. II. M ................................... 

Wiseman, G. E ................................... 19' 

Withers, James S ................................ 1-7 

Witherspoon, A. C .................................. 134 

Wolff, E. Carl .................................... 121 

W ..... 1. C. Frank ................................. 222 

Wood. Cltarles V .................................... 225 

Wood. Harry 1 ................................... 155 

W ..... 1. Henry Cleveland ......................... 112 

Woolfolk. Leander C ............................... 66 

Wright. Kdwin J ................................... 39 

Wright. J. Will .................................. 41 

Wy lira nt. Frank E ................................ 121 



Ya^i-r. Arthur, Ph. D 36 

Veamaii, James M 71 

Yeanian. Malcolm 71 

Yonts. Lrairence 77 

Young, Bennett H 65 

Young, Frank O., M. D 95 

Young. Stuart R 60 



Zaliler. lit. Rev. Francis 

/a ring. Allen H 

Zaring. .7. W 

Znll. Fred 



. 19 

.182 
.182 
.158 



INDEX TO TOPICS. 



PAGE. 

Abbots , 19 

Acetylene Gas Machines 177 

Adjutant Generals 50 

Accident Insurance 1 r< "ir.u 

Advertisement Writers 116 

Advertising Agents 116 

Agricultural Implements 124-165-166 

Ammunition ISO 

A. O. U. W 91 

Architects 159 

Art Goods 120 

Artists 119 

Attorney General 49 

Attorney*. I 'ommonwoalth 55-56 

Auditor, State of Kentucky 48-94 

Authors 28-63-78-79-110-112-113-115-140-147-155 

Automobile 217 



B 

I'.akeries 203 

Bandmaster IIS 

Hands 118 

Bank and Office Fixtures 177 

Bonkers 68-69-71-73-98-124 to 141-144-178-185 -21- -u.'l 

Baptist Clergymen 25-26-27-30-31 

Baptist Theological Seminary 30 

Basket Manufacturers 177 

Bath Tubs 167 

Beren. College 36 

Bishops 17 

Blank Book Manufacturers 114-115 

Boiler Manufacturers 169-170 

Book Binders 114-115 

r.M.iksellors and Stationers 114-115 

Boots and Shoes 185 

Box Manufacturers 175 

Ilrass Found; 'ies 167 

Breeders 225 

ntvwers 211-212-213 

Brokers 123-151-152-153-21S-21H 

r.room Manufacturers 177 

Bryant & Stratton Biisim-ss College 39 

Bui'.ders 163 

Building Material 160 

Building Stone 180 

Business Colleges 39 

Butchers 219 



Caldwell College 33 

Candy Manufacturers 178 

Capitalists 123 

Car Builders 163179 

Carpenters and I'.iriders 160 

Carpets. Oil Cloths, ete 189-190 

Carriage Manufacturers and Dealers 173-21'i 

Casualty Insurance I" 11 

Cement Mamifacnirers 165-i:n-2JS 

Center College 31 

Chewing Gum 178 

Children's Home 52' 

Christian Church Clergy 27-28-33 

Cigar Manufacturers l.H-1,7 

City Attorney 61 

City Comptroller 59 

City Court Clerks 62 

City Hospital 30-89-103 



PAGS. 

city Treasurer 60 

Civil Engineer 155 

Cle iring House 219 

Clergymen 17 to 33 inclusive: 35-104 

Clothing Manufacturers and Retailers. 171-172-1S1-194 

Coal 130-195-217 

( 'olleges 19-30-31-32-33-34-35 

College c/ the Bible 32 

'i >nm:en ia t Agency 123 

Commercial Colleges 39 

Commissioners , 45-60-62 

Commissioner of Agriculture iState) 49 

Commission Merchants 214-218 

Confectionery nnd Ice CreoiQ 204 

Congressmen 41-44-45-71-72-70 

i 'out factors 155-162-163 

Contractors and Builders 160-163-196 

Coopers 175 

Cotton Mills ... 181 

Conncilmen. Clerk of Board of 60 

County Treasurer 60 

< 'ourt Clerks 48-56-57 

Credit Indemnity Co 150 

Custodian (U. S.) t>2 



Deaconess' Hospital 89 

Decorators 162 

I 'enlists 105-106-107 

Department Stores 187 

Diamond Setter 184 

Distillers 53-140-205 to 210 inclusive. 

Distillers' Supplies ' 213 

Drugs 42-109-192-193-194 

Dry Goods 1S5-1S6-1S7-1SS-1S9-190 

Dye Houses, Steam 185-197 

Dynamite 180 



l-'.dit.irs 21-25-128-51 -58-110-111-112-113-115-116 

Electrical Fixtures and Supplies 155 

Electricians 135 

Electrotypers 161 

Elevators. Grain 195 

Elevator Manufacturers 165 

Embalmers '. 2L'-2L'l 

Engineers. City 57-61 

Engineers, Electrical 155 

Engravers J i; l 

r.piscopal Clergymen 17-18 

Evangelical Clergymen 20 



Farmers 45-57-130-132-133-137-138-139-140-221-222 

Federal Officers 40 to 45 inclusive. 

Fcel.le Minded Institute 52 

Financial Agents and Brokers 123-151-152 

Fire Insurance 146-147 

Florists 22S 

Flour 133-191 

Foundries, Iron 164-165-166-167-168-174 

Furniture. Wholesale 196 

Funeral Directors 139-2ir,-iM7 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE HEN OF KENTUCKY." 



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PAGE. 

Hardeners 226 

Gas Machines 177 

(leiioral Insurance 150 

C,eo rgetown College 31-36 

Gothscinano College 13 

Girls' llis;h School 3S 

Gospel Mission 27 

Governors 44-48-63 

Grain 176-193 

drain Klev.-itors 195 

Grain ami Mill Co 182 

Grocers. Wholesale and Retail 33 -71 -1 1 u:.r,-22i; 



I'AGK. 

Leather 181 

Legislature. Members of 53-57-62-77-79-101-1112-22 

Lexington P.iisinoss Colics,'!' 39 

Librarian, State 52 

Lieut. GnviTiior ^8-63 

Light :md Power 182 

l.i 165-191 

Life Insurance 145-146-147-14S-1 Hi ir.n 

Livery and Sale Stables 217-2IS 

Li vi- St..ck Dealer 134-214-218 

Loan Agents }'' 

Louisville Medical College Faculty 67-89 

Louisville Training School 37 

Lumber : 1DS-175-19G-197 

Lutheran Clergymen 21 



Hamilton College 33 

Harness Manufacturers 174 

Hardware 1US-UI2-193-21 1 1 226 

Hals 191-194 

lla/.rl Green Academy 36 

Hebrew Clergymen 29 

Ilisjh School 37 

Historians 112 115 

Horticulturist --- 

Hospital College of Medicine Faculty M 32-84 

Hotels 200-201-202 

House Furnishings 174 



I 

loo Cream 204 

Ice Manufacturers ami Healers 182-197 

Indemnity Companies 150 

Inlirmaries 81-94 

Insurance 145 to 150 inclusive. 

Insurance Adjusters 146 

Insurance Agents 145 to 150 

Insurance Commissioner 50 

Insurance Companies 145 to 150 

Insurance Co., Casualty 150 

Inventors 94-108-118-161-228 

Iron. Steel. Xails. Wire. I 1 is; Iron 167-168 

Iron Pipe, Brass Goods 167 



M 

Machine t '0111 panics 58-169-170 

Madison Institute 33 

Mail Comr.iotors 

Marl.].- Works and Dealers 180 

Manufacturers 138-1(51-164 to 183 inclusive. 

Mayors 58-116 

Meals 214-215 

JI od id ncs 183 

Merchants 53 116-130-131 1:::: I3f i 19 L55 1.64 171- 

183 to 1!I 22! 228. 

Merchant Tailors 198 

Methodist Kpiscopal Clergymen 17-29 

Mill and Supply Co 179 

Millinery 189 

Monuments 180 

Musical Instrument Dealers 

Music Teachers 117-118 



N 

Newspapers and Periodicals, 110-111-112-113-114 11 :>-lb'> 
\u rserymen 227 



.lea us Manufacturers 172 

Jewelers 184-228 

Jewelry Manufacturers 184 

Judges Supreme Court of Appeals 46-47-63 

Judges U. S. District Court 40 

Jnds;cs 54-72 



Office Fixtures 177 

Office Sup]. lies 114-115 

Ogden College 33-61 

nils 179-183 

Opticians 108-228 

Organists 117-118 

Osteopathio Physicians 104 

Ox Breeches 1S1 



K 

Kentucky School of Medicine Faculty 87-88 

Kentucky Insane Asylum 52 

Kentucky University 32 

Kentucky University Faculty 85-86 



Laundries 197 

Law Books 114-115 

Lawyers 40-41-H-l.V Iv:,u-,i3 to 58-61 to 80-131 to 

139-149-150. 
Leaf Tobacco Exchange 223 



Packers 214 

Packet Companies 156-157-15S 

Painters ami Painters' Supplies 162 

Paints, nils and Glass 162-179-183-218 

Parasols 190 

Penitentiary 57 

Pharmacists *: 109 

Phonographs and Supplies ...122 

Photo Engravers 161 

Photographers 120-121-122 

Physicians and Surgeons 59-81 to 104 inclusive. 

Pianos. Organs, etc 118-203 

Pickles 178 

Pig Iron. Steel, etc 168 

Pipe Foundries 167 

Planing Mills 175-196-197 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



PAGE. 

Plasterers 163 

Plow Manufacturers 105-166 

numbers 103 

Poet 112 

I Nist masters 40-42 

I'ottpr College "'' 

1 'rcsl i.vlerian Clergymen 22 

1'iTsliyleriiui Theological Si-urinary 22-24 

Preserves 1~S 

Principals 38 

Printers 1H 

Printers' Material 161 

Prison Commissioner 

Produce. Wholesale and Commission 220-227 

1'roprietarv Medicines 183 

Publishers llO-lll-112-llo-114 115-116 



Habbis 29 

Railroad Attorneys 64-69-73 

Railroad Commissioner 50 

Railroads and Steamboats 129-156-157-158 

Real Estate Counselor 80 

Real Estate Agents and Brokers ...80-151-152-153-154 

Receiver of Taxes 59 

Refining Compauv 179 

Restaurants 203-204 

Roman Catholic Clergymen 17-1:' 2" 21 



Saddlery 1~4 

Salt 191 

S: i ] i i I a r.v 1C 1 1 gi nocrs 155-163 

Sanaic.riums 81-9-1 

Sash Doors and Blinds 175-196-197 

Savings Hanks 15-144 

Saw Mills i" 5 

Saws. Win-els. Machines 1"0 

Schools 36-37-38-39 

School of Reform 37 

Secretaries 4.x -51 -..9 

Seed Stnres anil ('rowers 121-222 

Seminaries 22-24-30 

Senators, State 53-71 

Senators, U. S 

Shoes 185-191-194 

Sick Insurance 

Soap Manufacturers . .' 1"9 

S.. in li western Homeopthic College .. 

Southern Normal School 

Spanish American War Veterans .. 

Specialists 108 

State College 34-35 

State, City and County Officials. .48 to 57 Inclusive. 

State Treasurer 

Sr aii. mere 114-113 

Steel 167-108 

Steamboats lT.o-l57-l.~pX 

Stone Works 

Storage 

Stoves. Grates, etc 1"4 



PAGE. 

Stock Yards 

Superintendent City Schools 

Superintendent Public Instruction. I'tate .49 

Supreme Court Judges " ; ': 

Supreme Court Clerk *' 

Surety Companies 

Surgical Instruments 



Tailors and Tailors' Trimmings ......... 

Tanners ................................ p.--- 

Theater Managers ................................. M 

Theological Seminaries ............. 

Title Companies ........ 

Tobacco Buyer ......... .......... 

Tobacco Exporter ................. 

Tobacco Manufacturers, etc .............. 176-21! 

Tobacco Warehouses ............. 

Towels ..................................... i'ni,S 

Training School ............................. 1! 

Trust Compan ies ...................... 69-130-142-143 144 

Typewriters .......... 001 



Turfman 



001 



U 



Umbrellas ....................................... 

Unitarian Clergymen ................ 

University of Louisville. Faculty of.... 83-90-91 -92-93 

University School ........................ 

U. S. Attorney ................................ 

U S Collector Internal Revenue ......... 

U. S. Judges ............................... 40-4G-17-113 

U. S. Pension Clerk .............. 

U. S. Surveyor of Customs ............ 



U. S. Weather Bureau 



43 



Vanderbilt Training School 

Varnishes 

Veterinary Surge-oils 



w 

Wagons. Carriages Ii3-l& 

Wall Paper "MV-SS 

Warehouses. Tobacco r. 

Warden Penitentiary 

Watch Inspector 

Water Works 155-154 

Wesleyan College J 1 

Wheels '0 

Whisky and Liquors 213 to 214 

Wines and Whiskies. Wholesale and Retail 210 

Woollen Mills 172-193-185 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



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BISHOPS. 





RT. REV. TIIOS. UNDERWOOD DUDLEY, D. D. 

LL. D. 

Episcopal Bishop (1S75) of the Diocese 
of Kentucky, organized 1829, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



RT. RKV. WILLIAM GEORGE McCLOSKEY, 
D. D. 

Roman Catholic Bishop (consecrated May 24, 
1868) of the Diocese of Louisville. Estab- 
lished at Bardstown, April 8, 1808. 
Transferred to Louisville, 
Ky., 1841. 





RT. REV. LEWIS WILLIAM BURTON, D. D. 
Episcopal Bishop (1896) of the Diocese of 
Lexington, Ky., organized 1S95, Lex- 
ington, Ky. 



REV. HENRY CLAY MORRISON, D. D. 

Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 

South, Louisville, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



CLERGYMEN. 





KEV. CHARLES EWELL CRAIK. D. D. 

Dean Christ Clim-ch Cathedral, I'rotestant 

Episcopal, Louisville, Ky. 



REV. GEORGE GRANT SMITH. 

Assistant Rector Christ Church Cathedral, 

Protestant Episcopal, and Secretary 

of the Council, Louisville, 

Ky. 





REV. EDMUND T. PERKINS. D. D. 
Rector Emeritus St. Paul's Protest- 
ant Episcopal Church, Louis- 
ville. 
Died July 6, 1901. 



REV. REVERDY ESTILL, D. D. 

Rector St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal 

Church, Louisville, Ky. 






FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



19 



CLERGYMEN. 





KT. REV. EDMUND M. OBRECHT, O. C. E. 
Abbot of Gethseraane and President of 
Gethsomnm 1 l'ollri, r i', Gethsemaue, 
Ky. 



RT. REV. MONSIGNOR FRANCIS ZABLER. 

Pastor St. Martin's (German) Roman 

Catholic Church, Louisville, Ky. 





REV. BERNARD H. WESTERMANN. 

Pastor Church of the Immaculate 

Conception, Roman Catholic, 

Louisville, Ky. 



REV. CHARLES P. RAFFO. 
I'ststor St. t'hnrlfs Borromeo Romau 
Church, Louisville, Ky. 



Catholic 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



CLERGYMEN. 





REV. EDWARD SHIELDS FITZGERALD. 

Pastor St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church, 

Owensboro, Ky. 



VERY REV. LAWRENCE BAX. 

Pastor St. John's Roman Catholic Church, 

Louisville. Ky. 





VERY REV. W. D. PIKE. 

Pastor St. Potor's and St. Paul's Roman Catholic 
Church, Danville, Ky. 



VERY REV. JOSEPH A. HOGARTY. 
Pastor St. Augustine's Roman Catholic 
Church, Lebanon, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



21 



CLERGYMEN. 





REV. OSCAR P. ACKERMAN. D. C. L. 

Pastor St. Philip Neri's Roman 

Catholic Church, Louisville. Ky. 



REV. S. S. WALTZ, D. D., 

Pastor First English Lutheran Church, 

Louisville, Ky. 





REV. LOUIS G. NOLLAU. 

Pastor St. Paul's Evangelical Church, 

Louisville, Ky. 



REV. HARLAN K. FENNER. D. D. 

Pastor Second English Lutheran Church; A. M. 

and D. D., Wettenberg College, Sprlng- 

Beld, O.; Editor and Publisher Monthly 

Sunbeam, Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OP KENTUCKY." 



CLERGYMEN. 





REV. CHARLES R. HEMPHILL, D. D. 

Professor Presbyterian Theological Seminary of 

Kentucky; for 14 years Pastor Second 

Presbyterian Church, Louisville, Ky. 



KBV. THOMPSON M. IIAWES. D. D. 
Pastor Highland Presbyterian Church and Pro- 
fessor of Elocution, Presbyterian Theo- 
logical Seminary of Kentucky, 
Louisville, Ky. 





REV. T. A. BRACKEN, D. D. 
Oyer Thirty Years Pastor Second Presby- 
terian Church, Lebanon, Ky. 



REV. THOMAS CUMMINS, D. D. 
Pastor First Presbyterian Church, Hen- 
derson. Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY.' 



23 



CLERGYMEN. 





REV. HENRY H. SWEETS. 
Pastor James Lee's Memorial Presbyter- 
Ian Church, Louisville, Ky. 



REV. EDWARD L. WARREN, D. D. 

Pastor Immanuel Presbyterian Church; Stated 

Clerk of the Presbyterian (Northern) Synod 

of Kentucky, Louisville, Ky. 





REV. J. OVERTON REAVIS. 

Supplying Pulpit First Presbyterian Church. 

Louisville, Ky. 



REV. W S. DANLEY, D. D. 
Pastor Cumberland Presbyterian Church; 
President Kentucky Christian En- 
deavor Union; Former Moder- 
ator General Assembly, 
Owensboro, Ky. 



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FETTER'S ".NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



CLERGYMEN. 





REV. PEl'TON HARRISON HOGE, D. D. 

Pastor Warren Memorial Presbyterian 

Church, Louisville, Ky. 



REV. LESLIE H. HUDSON. D. D. 

Pastor First Presbyterian Church, Oweni- 

boro, Ky. 





REV. EMMITT L. WILSON. 
Davidson College B. A.; Louisville Semi- 
nary B. D. ; Pastor Third Presbyter- 
Ian Church, Louisville, Ky. 



REV. FRED V. HAWLET, D. D. 
Pastor Church of the Messiah; Secretary South- 
ern Unitarian Conference, and State Sec- 
retary American Unitarian Associa- 
tion, Louisville, Ky. 






FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



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CLERGYMEN. 





REV. THOMAS T. EATON, D. D. 

Pastor Walnut Street Baptist Church; 

Editor Western Recorder, Louis 

vllle, Ky. 



REV. CARTER HELM JONES. D. D. 

Pastor Broadway Baptist Church, 

Louisville, Ky. 





REV. A. C. GRAVES, D. D. 
Pastor Baptist Church, Lebanon, Ky. 



REV. FREDERICK DOUGLAS HALE, D. D. 

Pastor Third Baptist Church, Owens- 

boro, Ky. 



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FETTF.IfS "NOTABLE MEN OF KKNTIVKY.' 



CLERGYMEN. 





REV. JOS. M. WEAVER, D. D. 
Pastor Chestnut Street Baptist Church; 
Chairman State Board General Asso- 
ciation ot Kentucky, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



RKV. WILLIAM WISTAR HAMILTON. 
Prstor McFerran Memorial Baptist Church; Spec- 
ially successful in Evangelistic work. 
Louisville, Ky. 





REV. W. K. PENROD, D. D. 
Pastor First Baptist Church, Paducah, Ky. 



REV. BOURBON A. DAWES. D. D. 
Pastor Highland Baptist Church, Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY.' 



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CLERGYMEN. 





REV. E. PENDLETON JONES, D. D. 

Pastor First Baptist Church, Owens- 

boro, Ky. 



REV. JOSEPH S. FELIX. 
Pastor East Baptist Church, Louisville, Ky. 





REV. STEVE P. HOLCOMB. 

Superintendent Union Gospel Mission, 

Louisville, Ky. 



J. H. BAKER. 

Minister of the Christian Church. Born In 

Clark County, where he lived the 

greater part of his life; the past 

twelve years a resident 

of Lexington, Ky. 



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FICTTKK'S \<>TAI!I,K MEN OF KI'XTIVKY. 



CLERGYMEN. 





REV. EDWARD L. POWELL. D. D. 
Pastor First Christian Church, Louisville, Ky. 



REV. I. J. SPENCER. D. D. 
Pastor Central Christian Clnirch, Lexington, Ky. 




REV. MARK COLLIS, D. D. 

Pastor Broadway Christian Chnrcn, 

Lexington, Ky. 




REV. JOHN T. BROWN. 

Editor Christian Guide; Author of "Bruce Nor- 
man" and "Encyclopedia of Churches of 
Christ at the Beginning of the Twentieth 
Century," Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



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CLERGYMEN. 





REV. WILLIAM P. LLOYD, D. D. 

Pastor Walnut M. B. Church 

(South), Louisville, Ky. 



REV. DANIEL S. CAMPBELL, D. D. 
Joined Louisville Conference 1863; Member Gener- 
al Conference St. Louis 1890, and Baltimore 
189S; Pn-sidinc Eldrr ilii years) Elizabeth- 
town District; Reserve Delegate, Dal- 
las, Texas, May, 1932, Russell- 
ville, Ky. 





REV. ADOLPII MOSES, D. I>. 
Rabbi Temple Adath Israel, Louisville, Ky. 
Died January '2. 1902. 



REV. H. G. EiNELOW, D. D. 
Rabbi Temple Adath Israel, Louisville, Ky. 



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"NOTAP.LE MEN OF KK.VITCKY. 



THEOLOGIANS AND EDUCATORS. 



SOUTHERN BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 





REV. EDGAR Y. MULLINS, D. D., LL. D. 
President and Frofesso"r of Theology Southern 
Baptist Theological Seminary, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



REV. EDWIN C. DARGAN, D. D. 

Professor of Iloiniletics and Ecclesiology South- 
ern Baptist Theological Seminary, 
Louisville, Ky. 





REV. JOHN R. SAMFEY. D. D. 
Professor Old Testament and Librarian South- 
ern Baptist Theological Seminary 
Louisville, Ky. 



REV. GEORGE B. EAGER, D. D. 
Professor of Biblical Introduction and Associate 
Professor iu Practical Tlu-nluuy. Southern 
Baptist Theological Seminary, Louis- 
ville. Ky. 



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THEOLOGIANS AND EDUCATORS 





REV. WM. CHARLES ROBERTS, 

D. D., LL. D., S. T. D., 

Ex-President Lake Forest University, 111; Ex-, 
Moderator Presbyteria-n General Assembly; 
Ex-Secretary Presbyterian Board; 
President Center College, Dan- 
ville, Ky. 



REV. L. II. BLANTON, D. D. 
Vice-Fresident Center College, Danville, 



Ky. 





REV. JOHN L. WEBER, D. Litt. 
President Kentucky Wesleyan College; 
Elder M. E. Church, South; Former 
Pastor in Virginia and Tennes- 
see, Winchester, Ky. 



REV. B. D. GRAY. A. M.. D. D. 
President Georgetown College; Graduated Mis- 
sissippi College. Clinton Miss.; Graduate South- 
ern Baptist Theological Seminarv, Louis- 
ville: Pastor First Baptist Church, 
Birmingham, Ala., 1S93-1901, George- 
town, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



THEOLOGIANS AND EDUCATORS. 



KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. 





REV. J. \V. McUARVEY, 

President College of the Rible (Christian) Ken- 
tucky University, Lexington, Ky. 



KEV. BUUUI8 A. JENKINS. 

President Kentucky University (Christian) 
Lexington, Ky. 





ALEXANDER R. MILLIGAN. 

Acting President (1901); Professor of Latin 

Kentucky University (Christian), 

Lexington, Ky. 



REV. ISAIAH B. GRUBBS. 
Minister 50 years, professor 25 years; Pro- 
fessor College of the Bible Kentucky 
University (Christian), Lexing- 
ton, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



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EDUCATORS. 





REV. J. W. McGARVEY, JR., A. M. 
President Madison Institute, a High Class Board- 
ing School for Young Ladies, Rich- 
mond, Ky. 



B. C. HAGERMAN, A. M. 

Former President of Bethany College, W. Va.; 

President Hamilton College for Young 

Ladies, Lexington, Ky. 





MAJOR W. A. OBENCHAIN, A. M. 
Teacher and Writer; Born in Buchanan, Va. 
Served with Distinction as Captain of Engi- 
neers under General Robert E. Lee, Army 
of Northern Virginia: President of Og- 
den College. Bowling Green, Ky. 



REV. J. CALVIN ELY, D. D. 

President Calttwell College for Young Ladies; 

Former Synodical Evangelist, Synod of 

Texas, and Former Moderator. Synod 

of Kentucky, Danville, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



EDUCATORS. 



STATE COLLEGE. 





PEOF. JAMES K. PATTERSON, PH. D., LL. D. 
Fellow Royal Historical Society, Great Bri- 
tain; Fellow Society of Antiquarians. Scot- 
land; President State College of Ken- 
tucky since 1869, Lexington. Ky. 



PROF. M. A. SCOVELL. 

Director and Chemist Kentucky Agricultural Ei- 
perirneut Station, State College, Lex- 
ington, Ky. 





PROF. HARRISON GARMAN. 

Naturalist, Entomologist and Botanist Kentucky 
Experiment Station, and State Entomol- 
ogist, State College, Lexington, Ky. 



PROF. J. O. LABACH. 

Chemist Pure Food Division Kentucky Agri- 
cultural Experiment Station, State 
College, Lexington, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



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EDUCATORS. 



STATE COLLEGE 





PROF. ALFRED M. PETER. 
Chemist Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion, State College, Lexington, Ky. 



F. PAUL ANDERSON. 

Dean of School of Mechanical and Electrical En- 
gineering, State College, Lexington, Ky. 





REV. B. F. CABELL. 
President Potter College, Bowling Green, Ky. 



JOHN M. CABELL. 

Cabell, Basye & Co., Wholesale Grocers, 
Louisville, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



EDUCATORS. 





ARTHUR YAGi:it. I'll. D. 

Professor of History and Political Science, George- 
town College, and for three years Acting 
President of College, Georgetown, Ky. 




REV. WILLIAM 



GOODELL F1JOST, 

PH. D. 

President Bcrea College; native of New York; 
a foremost advocate and champion of edu- 
cation for the people of the Southern 
mountains, Berea, Ky. 





WILLIAM HENRY PRITCHBTT. A. M. 

Former President N. W. Missouri College. Albany, 

Mo., and of J. M. A. College, Tullahoma, 

Tenn., and of Logan Female College, 

Russellville, Ky. ; now Headmaster 

Vanderl'ilt Training School, 

Smith's Grove. Ky. 



WILLIAM II. CORD. 

Principal Hazel Green Academy, the Kentucky 

Mountain Mission of the Christian Woman's 

Board of Missions, with headquarters at 

Indianapolis, Ind., Hazel Green. Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



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EDUCATORS. 





WILLIAM H. THARP. 
Head Master University School, Louisville, Ky. 



PttOF. II. K. TAYLOR. 

Principal Louisville Training School for Boys, 
Beechmont, Ky. 





GEORGE CUUTC1IKR DOWNING. 
Principal of High School, Frankfort, Ky. 



PETER CALDWELL. 

Superintendent Industrial School of Reform; 

thirty-six years' continuous service, 

Louisville, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



EDUCATORS. 





PROF. WM. H. BARTHOLOMEW. 

Principal Girls' High School, 

Louisville, Ky. 



S. L. FEOGGB. A. B.. A. M. 

Ex-Principal Lafayette High School; Ex-County 
Superintendent Christian County; Ex-Sup- 
erintendent Benton Schools of Union- 
town, and of Mlddlesboro Schools; 
now Superintendent City Schools 
Frankfort, Ky. 





WILLIAM C. GRINSTEAD. 
Principal Public Schools, Danville, Ky. 



R. L. GARRISON. 

Principal Graded Schools, elected 1875, George- 
town, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



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EDUCATORS. 




H. H. CHERKY. 

General Manager Southern Norman School, Bowl- 
ing Green Business College, The National 
School of Telegraphy, Civil Service, 
Railroading and Express, Bowling 
Green, Ky. 



T. C. CHERRY. 

Superintendent Courses of Study Southern Nor- 
mal School and Teacher of Psychology and 
Literature, Bowling Green, Ky. 





EDWIN J. WRIGHT. 

President Bryant & Stratton Business College; 
over thirty-five years in school work; 
introducer of business practice In 
commercial colleges In Ken- 
tucky, Louisville, Ky. 



BENJAMIN B. JONES. 

Age, thirty-five; for fifteen years a teacher of th 
commercial branches; President Lexing- 
ton Business College, Lexington, 
Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



FEDERAL OFFICIALS. 





WALTER EVANS. 

Judge United States Court, Western District of 

Kentucky; Former Member of Congress, 

Loulsrille, Ky. 



ANDREW M. J. COCHRAN. 

Judge United States Court, Eastern District of 
Kentucky, Maysvllle, Ky. 





REUBEN D. HILL. 

United States Attorney Western District of 
tucky, Louisville, Ky. 



Ken- 



TI1OMAS H. BAKER. M. D. 
Postmaster, Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OP KENTUCKY. 



41 



FEDERAL OFFICIALS. 





CHARLES E. SAl'P. 

D. S. Collector Int. Rev. Fifth Dist., Aug., 1897, to 

Nov., 1901; Ch'rman Kep. Co. Ex. Com. Jeff. 

Co.: Del. to Rep. Nat. Conv. of 1896 and 

1900; Gen. Agt. Security Mut. Life Ins. 

Co., Louisville, Ky. 



JOSEPH A. CRAFT. 

Lawyer. 

United States Collector of Internal Revenue, Fifth 
District, Louisville, Ky. 





E. T. FRANKS. 

Lawyer; United States Collector of Internal Rev- 
enue Second District; Former Member of 
Congress, Owensboro, Ky. 



CICERO M. BARNBTT. 

United States Surveyor of Customs; Chairman 

Republican State Central Committee, 

Louisville, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY.' 



FEDERAL OFFICIALS. 





J. WILL WKIGI1T. 

Former Colonel Staff of Gov. W. O. Bradley; For- 
mer Chairman Republican Campaign Com- 
mittee; Former Councilman; Post- 
master, Bowling Green, Ky. 



WILLIAM P. MCDOWELL.* 

Ma], and Asst. Adj. Gen. under Maj.-Gen. L. H. 

Rousseau, Army of the Cumberland, Civil 

War, 1861-1865; Clerk D. S. Pension 

Office, Louisville, Ky. 
Died January 31. 1902. 





SAMUEL B. HOLMES. 

Druggist. 
Postmaster 18D4-1901, Frankfort, Ky. 



C. O. REYNOLDS. 

Dep. Collector Int. Rev. Seventh Dist. ; last Regis 
ter of Land Office of Ky., and first Republi- 
can ever elected to that position; de- 
scendant of Aaron Reynolds of 
Revolutionary fame, Lexing- 
ton, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



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FEDERAL OFFICERS AND SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR VETERANS. 





MAJ. HENRY B. MERSEY. 

Director United States Weather Bureau; Adjutant- 
General of New Mexico; Major, Roosevelt's 
Rough Riders, Spanish-American War, 
Louisville, Ky. 



1SADORE L. SHULIIAFER. 

Clerk Postofflce; First Lieut. Co. "M," First Ky. 

Regt. U. S. V., Inf., Spanish-Amer. War; 

Com. Frank C. McComb Camp No. 13, 

Spanish-American War Veterans, 

Louisville, Ky. 





CAI'T. F. R. DK FUNiAK. JR. 
First Lieut. Twenty-ninth Infantry U. S. A.; Sec- 
ond Lient. Eleventh Infantry, U. S. A.; 
Capt. Co. "M," First Ky. Regt., U. S. V. 
Infantry, Spanish-American War, 
Louisville, Ky. 



CAPT. PAUL C. GALLEHER. 
First Lieut. Twenty-ninth Infantry U. S. A. ; Capt. 
First Ky. Regt. U. S. V. Infantry, Span- 
Ish-Amer. War; Capt. Thirty-first U. S. 
\ol. Infantry Philippine Insurrec- 
tion, Louisville, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



U. S. SENATORS. 





WILLIAM J. DEBOB. 

United States Senator: term expires 1903, Marion, 
Ky. 



JOSEPH C. S. BLACKBURN. 
United States Senator; term expires 1907, 
sallies, Ky. 



Ver- 





JAMES B. McC 
Lawyer; Gov. of Ky. 1875-79; Member of Congress 
12 yrs. ; Legislature, 6 yrs. ; Speaker of House, 
4 yrs.; Memoer International Monetary 
Congress from U. S., held at Brussels, 
1892; Lieut. Col. C. S. A.; U. S. Sen- 
ator-elect 1902, Richmond, Ky. 



WILLIAM LINDSAY. 

Lawyer, Jurist and Statesman; Member United 

States Senate. 1S95-1901, Frankfort, 

Ky. 



FETTKR'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



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CONGRESSMEN. 





IIAKVEY S. IK WIN. 

Secretary and General Manager Home & Savings 

Fund Co.; Member of Fifty-seventh Congress, 

Representing Fifth District, Louisville, 

K.v. 



SOUTH TRIMBLE. 

Farmer; Represented Franklin 1'imnty in Legisla- 
ture two sessions; Speaker of the House 
during the (ioebel-Taylor Gubernatorial 
contest; Member Fifty-seventh Con- 
gress, representing Seventh Dis- 
n-iri. Frankfort. Kv. 





GEOKGE G. GILBERT. 

Lawyer; firm of Gilbert, Peak & Gilbert; Mem- 
ber of Fifty-seventh Congress, represent- 
ing EigTith District, Shelbyville, Ky. 



J.^.MES N. KEHOE. 

Lawyer; Former City Attorney: Master Com. 

Mason Circuit Court; Member Fifty-seventh 

Congress, representing Ninth District, 

Maysville, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



STATE, COUNTY AND CITY OFFICIALS. 

SUPREME COURT OF APPEALS. 





B. L. D. GUFFY. 

Justice Court of Appeals from Second District; 
Chief Justice 1902. 



THOMAS H. PAYNTER. 

Justice Court of Appeals from Sixth District; 
Chief Justice 1901. 





J. D. WHITE. 
Justice Court of Appeals from First District. 



J. P. HOBSON. 
Justice Court of Appeals from Third District. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY.' 



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STATE, COUNTY AND CITY OFFICIALS. 



SUPREME: COURT OF APPEALS. 





GEORGE DuRELLE. 
Justice Court of Appeals from Fourth District. 



A. E. BURNAM. 
Justice Court of Appeals from Fifth District. 





E. C. O'REAR. 
Justice Court of Appeals from Seventh District. 



SAA1UEL J. SHACKELFORD. 

Clerk Court of Appeals; Sheriff Hopkins County 

for four years; Sergeant-at-Arms Ky. Senate 

1892-1893; Tax Collector Daviess County 

four years, Frankfort, Ivy. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



STATE OFFICIALS. 





J. C. W. BECKIIAM. 
Lawyer; Governor of the State; Frankfort, Ky. 



LILLARD CARTER. 

Lawyer; Member of Ky. Senate 1S9S; President of 

Senate, Feb.. 1900; Acting Lieut. GOT. from 

the death of GOT. Goebel until Jan., 1902, 

Lawrenceburg, Ky. 





C. B. HILL. 
Secretary of State, Frankfort, Ky. 



GL'S. G. COULTER. 

Former Clerk Graves County Circuit Court, 1SS6- 
92; State Auditor, Frankfort, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



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STATE OFFICIALS. 





S. \V. HAGEK. 
State Treasurer, Frankfort, Ky. 



ROBERT J. BRECKINRIDGE. 
Attorney-General, Frankfort, Ky. 




ION BEVERLY NALL. 

Formerly Editor of Farmers' Home Journal; Sec- 
retary American Saddle Horse Assn.; State 
Commissioner of Agriculture, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 




H. V. MeCHESNEY. 
Superintendent Public Instruction, Frankfort, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



STATE OFFICIALS. 





DAVID R. MURRAY. 

Lawyer; Adjutant-General; Adjutant Seventeenth 

Ky. Vol. Cav. U. S. A. Civil War; State 

Senator 1877-1881; Lieut. -Col. Fourth Ky. 

Vol. Inf. U. S. A. Spanlsli-Anier. 

War, Frankfort, Ky. 



I'EUCY HALEY. 

Assistant Adjutant General; Secretary Demo- 
cratic State Central and Executive 
Committee, Frankfort, Ky. 





C. C. JlcCHUKU. 

Lawyer; Comity Attorney 18S6-1S92; Railroad Com- 
missioner; Chairman of Board 1892-95; State 
Senator 1895-99; Author of McChord 
R. R. Bill: R. R. Commissioner and 
Chairman of Board from 1899, 
Springfield. Ky. 



JOHN" B. CHENAULT. 

Former Vice Pivsidfiit State Bank & Trust Co. 
of Richmond: now Insurance Commis- 
sioner, Frankfort, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KKXTTCKY. 



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STATE OFFICIALS. 





EDWARD FEXXELL. 

Chairman of Board of Prison Commissioners. 
Cynthiana. Kv. 



E. T. LILLARD. 

Warden Kentucky Penitentiary; was walking with 
(iov. Gooliol .-it the time Hie latter was as- 
sassinated. Frankfort, Ky. 





LEW G. WALLACE. 

Minister and Editor; Chaplain Kentucky State 

Prison; Police Judge Lenoxliur;:. Ky., '1887- 

1SS8; Principal Graded Schools 1888-89; 

joined Kv. Conference M. E. Church 

South, ISM: Gen. Ant. Tnion Cen. 

Life Ins. Co.. Lonisville, Ky. 



ED. O. LEIGH. 

Private Secretary to Governor J. C. W. Beekham. 
Frankfort, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



STATE OFFICIALS. 





CLEON C. OWENS. 

Superintendent Kentucky Feeble Minded Institute, 
Frankfort, Ky. 



W.M. WADE RAY. M. D. 

Supt. West. Ky. Insane Asj'Ium: Member State 
Mi'd. Soc.; Member Miss. Val. Med. Soc. 
Former Member Doard of Pension Ex- 
aminers, liopkinsville. Ky. 





GEOItGE L. SEIION. 

State Superintendent Keutiiekv Children's Home 

Society; Dir. Nat. Children's Home 

Sori.'l}, Louisville, Ky. 



FKANK K. KAVAXAUGH. 

Assistant State Librarian, Frankfort. Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



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STATE OFFICIALS. 





E. II. TAYLOR. JR. 

Merchant; State Senatnr representing Twentieth 

District: Seuior Member of E. H. Taylor, 

Jr. & Co., Distillers; Former Mayor 

Frankfort, Ky. 



j. CAMPBELL c ANTHILL. 

Lawyer; State Senator representing Twenty-sec- 
ond District, Georgetown, Ky. 





GEORGE W. 1I1CKMAN. 

Lawyer; State Senator, representing Eighth Dis. 
trict; Member Ky. House of Represent- 
atives 1S37-1901; Chairman Goebel- 
Taylor Gubernatorial Contest 
Board, 1906, Calhoun, Ky. 



STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS RIGDON. 
Lawyer and Merchant; Member of the Legisla- 
ture, House of Representatives, repre- 
senting Bracken County, Ger- 
niantown, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



STATE, COUNTY AND CITY OFFICIALS. 





SHACKELFOKD MILLElt. 

Lawyer; Judge Chancery Division Jefferson Circuit 
Court, Louisville, Ky. 



HANSON KENNEDY. 

Lawyer; Member Constitutional Convention of 
1S90; Circuit Court Judge Eighteenth Ju- 
dicial District, Carlisle, Ky. 





WILLIAM B. HOKE. 

Lawyer; Judge of Jefferson County Court for 
twenty-eight consecutive years, Louisville, Ky. 



E. C. WARD. 

Lawyer; Judge Henderson County, 
Ky. 



Henderson, 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



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STATE, COUNTY AND CITY OFFICIALS. 





JOHN R. ALLEN. 

Rronston & Allen, Lawyers; Commonwealth At- 
torney Twenty-second Circuit Court, Ju- 
dii'ial District, Lexington, Ky. 



ROBERT B. FRANKLIN. 

Lawyer; Commonwealth Attorney Fourteenth Cir- 
cuit Court Judicial District, Frankfort. Ky. 





FRANK PARSONS.* 

Lawyer; Commonwealth Attorney Thirtieth Cir- 
cuit Court Judicial District. Louisville, Ky. 
Died 1901. 



DUDLEY A. GLENN. 

Lawyer; Commonwealth Attorney Sixteenth Cir- 
cuit Court Judicial District, Covlnglon, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



STATE, COUNTY AND CITY OFFICIALS. 





F. -1'KAK. 



Lawyer; Commonwealth Attorney Twelfth Circuit 
Court Judicial District, Shelbyville, Ky. 



J. M. COOPER. 

Sheriff Marion County; County Judge, elected 
1901; age thirty-eight, Lebanon, Ky. 





THOMAS E. GREENE. 

Circuit Court Clerk Taylor County; has been Cir 

cuit Clerk for oyer twenty-five years, Camp- 

bellsville, Ky. 



GEORGE C. MOORE. 

Lawyer; Circuit Court Clerk Jackson County; 
Master Commissioner; Chairman Repub- 
lican County Committee; age 
twenty-two, McKee, Ky. 



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STATE, COUNTY AND CITY OFFICIALS. 





JACKSON MORRIS. 

Represents Seventy-first Legislative District (Clay, 

Jackson and Owsley Counties) Kentucky 

House of Representatives, Anu- 

ville, Ky. 



SOLOMON LEE VAX METER. 

Farmer and Stock Raiser; represents Sixty-first 

Legislative District; President Union Stock 

Yards: Hank Director; Curator Ky. 

University, Lexington, Ky. 





A. P. CARTER. 
Clerk Marion County Court, Lebanon, Ky. 



CHARLES C. ROE. 

Assistant City Engineer; former Chief Deputy 
County Assessor, Louisville, Ky. 



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FK 'I 'TEE'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY.' 



CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. 

MAYORS. 




CHARLES F. GUA1NGER. 

Mayor of the City of Louisville; President and 

Manager Phoenix Foundry & Machine Co. 

(Grainger & Co.) Louisville, Ky. 




HEN'KY T. DUXCAX. 

Editor Daily Press 1871-1893; Mayor 1893-1896 and 
1900-1904, Lexington, Ky. 





L. C. WILLIS. 
Lawyer; Mayor of the City of Shelby rille, Ky. 



J. B. FISHER. 
Mayor of the City of Lebanon, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. 





SAMUEL M. WILHITE. 
Accountant, City Comptroller, Louisvi 



le, Ky. 



JAMES B. BROWN. 

Receiver of Tuxes, Louisville, Ky. 





THOMAS P. Ci{AIG. 

Secretary to Mayor Grainger; Former Secretary 
Board of Public Works, Louisville, Ky. 



ELLIS DUNCAN. 

Physician; Superintendent City Hospital; Capt. 

and Asst. Surgeon BMrst Ky. Inf. U. S. 

Vol. Span.-Amer. War, Louisville, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. 





STUART U. YOUNG.* 
City Treasurer, Louisville, Ky. 

"Died 1901. 



LAURENCE 1!. WATERS. 

County Treasurer; has ueen Treasurer of Jeffer- 
son County iu continuous service for 
tit'toeu years, Louisville, Ky. 





ROBERT W. HERR. 

Commissiouer Jefferson Circuit Court, St. Mat- 
thews, Ky. 



SAMUEL V. 11ARLAN. 

Clerk of the Board of Couucilmeu 1900-1901, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



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61 



CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. 





JOSEI'lI U. COV1NGTUN. 

Lawyer; I'resident Board of Trustees Ogden Col- 
lege; See. Board of Directors. Citizens' 
Nat. Bank; City Attorney, Bowling 
Green. Ky. 



W. NICK VAUGHAN. 

Lawyer; Prosecuting Attorney 1901, Louisville, Ky. 





T. H1TEII CHOCKETT. 
City Attorney, Frankfort, Ky. 



CLARENCE W. 1'AUSONS. 
Chief City Engineer, Louisville, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENT! CIvY. 



CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. 





IIAKUY STUCK!'. 

Former Clerk City Court: Commissioner of Deeds, 
Louisville, Ky. 



B. F. D'. FITCH. 

Paymaster U. S. S. Tennessee, 1S62-63-64; Former 

Assistant Custodian U. S. Custom House 

ati'l 1'ostoffice Building, Louisvi!U. 1 , Ky. 



LAWYERS. 





H. T. COLSTON. 

Lawyer; Captain First Kentucky Regiment U. S. 

V. Infantry. Spanish-American War, 

Louisville, Ky. 



CHARLES F. OGDEN. 

LUW.VIT: Mriiilicr Li-L'isl.-nure 1S98-1900; Capt. Co. 

II. Eighth Regt. U. S. V. Inf., Spanish- 

Amer. War: Candidate for County 

Att'y. 19U1. Louisville, Ky. 



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63 



LAWYERS. 





WILLIAM O. -BRADLEY. 

Lawyer; Governor of Kentucky 1S95-99. Lancaster, 
Ky. 



JOHN YOUNG BROWN. 

Lawyer; Governor of Kentucky 1891-95, Louis- 
ville. Ky. 





JAMES H. HAZELHIGG. 

City Att'y Mt. Sterling, 1873-81: County Judge 

Montgomery Co.. 1S81-S6; Judge Court of 

Appeals. 1S9MUOO; Chief Justice, 1899- 

1900, Frankfort, Ky. 



JAMES W. BRYAN. 

Lawyer; Lieutenant-Gnvernor 1SS7-1S91, Coving- 
ton, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



LAWYERS. 





\V. C. F. BKECKINR1UGE. 
Breckinridge & Shelby, Lawyers, Lexington, Ky. 



BASIL W. DUKE. 
Lawyer; Attorney L. & N. R. R., Louisville, Ky. 




JAMES II. .MULLIGAN. 

Lawyer; Former Judge: State Senator and U. S. 
Consul General to Samoa, Lexington, Ky. 




1 J*T**S.' 1 
r ritn^^i 


' 

: f 




O. S. TENNKY. 
Lawyer; Major C. S. A. Army, Lexington, Ky. 



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LAWYERS. 





BENNETT H. YOUNG. 

Lawyer: Pres. Louisville Pub. Library, formerly 
PoiytPcUnic Soe. ; Pros. Ky. Inst. for Blind; 
Pros. Confed. Assn. of Ky.; Comdr. Geo. 
B. En.stin Camp U. C. V. A.; Adj. Gen. 
Ky. Div., U. C. V. A.; Mem. Va. Sou. 
Hist. Soe. ; author of several 
works on Ky. History, Louis- 
ville, Kr. 



REUBEN T. DURRETT, A. M., LL. D. 
Lawyer (retired); Pres. Filsou Club; Pres. Chil- 
dren's Free Hospital; Vlce-Pres. Ky. Heat- 
ing Co., and member of numerous his- 
torical societies in U. S. and Europe, 
Louisville, Ky. 





LUCIUS P. LITTLE. 

Lawyer; Former Circuit Judge Sixth District, 
Owensboro, Ky. 



RICHARD H. CUNNINGHAM. 
Lawyer, Henderson, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



LAWYERS. 





JOSEPH T. O'NEAL. 
O'Neal & O'Neal, Lawyers, Louisville, Ky. 



WILLIAM P. THORNE. 
Lawyer, Eminence, Ky. 





RICHARD P. ERNST. 

Lawyer; Chairman Republican State Campaign 
Comtnitee, Covington, Ky. 



LEAXDKK C. WOOLFOLK. 

Lawyer; Att'y for Jefferson County, including City 
of Louisville, 1878 to 1895; organizer of 
banks and trust companies, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY.' 



67 



LAWYERS. 





LITTLETON COOKE. 

Lawyer; DiKt. Atf.v L. & N. It. R.; Pros. Lnn. 

Med. College; Member I'endennis Club, 

Louisville. Ky. 



HORATIO W. BK1 CE 

Lawyer; Chief Attorney L. & N. R. R., 
Louisville, Ky. 





CHARLES J. HELM. 
Lawyer, Newport, Ky. 



EDWARD J. McDERMOTT. 
Lawyer, Louisville, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTL'CKV. 



LAWYERS. 





DANIEL W. L1NDSET. 

Lawyer. 
Frankfort, Ky. 



JOHN K. HENDRICK. 

Lawyer; Former County Att'y; Former State Sen- 
ator; Delegate from State at Lar^e to Nat. 
Dem. State Couv., 1S92; Member Fifty- 
fourth Congress, 1'adncab, Ky. 





MONTGOMERY MERKITT. 

Lawyer; President of the 1'lanters' State Bank, 
Henderson, Ky. 



GREEN R. KELLER. 

Lawyer. 
Carlisle, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



69 



LAWYERS. 





JAMES S. 1'IRTLE. 

Of Pirtle & Trabue, Lawyers; Pres. University of 

Louisville; Vice-Pres. Col. Fin. & Trust 

Co., Louisville, Ky. 



ATT1LLA COX, JK. 

Member of firm of Pirtle & Trabue, Lawyers. 
Louisville, Ky. 





CHARLES H. S1IE1LD. 

Lawyer. 
Louisville, Ky. 



J. MARSHALL CHATTERSON. 

Lawyer: Pres. Louisville School Board; Former 

Pres. Young Men's Dem. Club, Louisville, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



LAWYERS. 





SAMUEL AVK1TT. 
Lawyer, Louisville, Ky. 



CHARLES S. GRUBBS. 
Of Grubbs & Grubbs, Lawyers, Louisville, Ky. 





AUGUSTUS E. WILLSON. 
Lawyer, Louisville, Ky. 



ROBEUT C. K1XKEAD. 
Lawyer, Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



71 



LAWYERS. 





CURTIS F. BURNAM. 

Lawyer; former Assistant and Acting Secretary 
U. S. Treasury; Member of Constitutional Con- 
vention; Representative and State 
Senator. Richmond, Ky. 



JOHN W. LEWIS. 

Lawyer: Member Fifty-fourth Congress from 
Fourth Kentucky District; Vice-Pres- 
ident First National Bank, Spring- 
field, Ky. 





MALCOLM YEAMAN. 

Senior Member of Yeaman & Veamau, Lawyers, 
Henderson, Ky. 



JAMES M. YEAMAN. 

Junior Member of Yeaiuan & Yeaman, Lawyers, 
lltMidersoD, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 1 



LAWYERS. 





ASHER G. CARDTH. 

Lawyer; Former Member of Congress, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



LEWIS McQUOWN. 

Lawyer. 
Bowling Green, Ky. 





JOHN G. SIMRALL. 

Vice Chancellor and First Judge of Louis- 
ville Law aud Equity Court, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



ELI II. BROWN. 

Lawyer. 
Owensboro, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



LAWYERS. 





ROBERT K1DDELL. 

Lawyer; County Judge Estlll County, 1858-1862; 

Commonwealth Attorney 1868-1874; Circuit 

Judga 1S78-18S4; active practice of 

law for nearly fifty years, 

Irvine, Ky. 



JAMES A. MITCHELL. 

Lawyer; District Attorney L. & N. R. R. ; Attor- 
ney :md Director Totter, Matlock & Co., 
Bankers; Member of Board of Educa- 
tion, Bowling Green, Ky. 





PHILIP A. GAERTNER. 

Lawyer. 
Louisville, Ky. 



H. M. W1NSLOW. 

Lawyer; President Carrollton National 
Carrollton, Ky. 



Bank. 



FETTEK'S -NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY.' 



LAWYERS. 





WHEELER McGEE. 



Lawyer; Former Judge of City Court; President 
American Grocery Co., Louisville, Ky. 



JOHN MASON BROWN. 

Lawyer; Former Assistant City Attorney, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 





J. KICHAKD WATTS. 

Lawyer. 
Louisville, Ky. 



W. W. WATTS. 

Lawyer; President Commercial Law League of 
America, Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY.' 



LAWYERS. 





JOHN C. STROTHER. 
Lawyer, Louisville, Ky. 



T. L. EDEI.EN. 
Lawyer, Frankfort. Ky. 





S. B. VANCE. 

Lawyer; admitted to the bar at 24, and was one 

of the most cultr. :cd and scholarly men in 

the profession: died July 15, 1901, aged 

69 years, Henderson, Ky. 



ROBERT D. VA.NX'E. 

Lawyer. 
Henderson, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 1 



LAWYERS. 





RODNEY HAGGAKD. 

Lawyer; State Senator 1881-85; Judge Clark County 
Court 1S93-98, Winchester, Ky. 



OSCAR TIJKNEH. 



Lawyer; Member Fifty-sixth Congress, 1899-1901. 
representing Fifth District, Louisville, Ky. 





OSCAR H. ROETKIN. 

Lawyer; Nos. 3 and 4 Bradford Building, Coy- 
ington. Ky. 



WALLACE McKAY. 

Lawyer; Democratic Elector for Fifth Congres- 
sional District, 1896, Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



77 



LAWYERS. 





P. H. DAUBY. 

Lawyer, Princeton, Ky. 



BURTON VANCE. 
Lawyer, Louisville, Ky. 





WILLIAM W. STEPIIENSON. 

Lawyer; Representative Kentuckv Legislature, 

1889-93; State Senator, 1894-98, 'Harrods- 

burg, Ky. 



LAURENCE YONTS, 

Lawyer; Former Dep. U. S. Marshal, Dist. of Ky. 

Postmaster of Johnson ten years; Notary 

Public, Hcpkinsvilie, Ky. 



78 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 
LAWYERS. 





OLIVER H. STRATTON. 

Lawyer: Author of "Philosophy of American Pol- 
itics," "Republican Mirror," etc., Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



CHARLES G. HULSEWEDE.* 

Lawyer, Louisville, Kv. 
Died June 12. 1901. 





GEORGE W. WILLIAMS. 

Lawyer; born Nov. 27, 1814; died Sept. 9. 1890; 

practiced law Ilawosville and Oweusboro 

over fifty years; Memlier Legislature 

1S49-50; Former Circuit Judge Sixth 

District, Owens] 'oi-ci. Ky. 



J. M. DiAL. 

Lawyer: lias not held any political office; a Re- 
publican ; District Deputy Knights of 
I'ytliias. Cuvington, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



79 



LAWYERS. 





W. F. GKIGSBY. 
Lawyer, Springfield, Ky. 



R. A. MCDOWELL. 

Lawyer, Luuisville, Ivy. 





MARK II. IIULSSMAN. 

Lawyer; Member of Legislature; Candidate for 

Republican Nomination County Attorney, 

Louisville, Ky. 



L. W. AKNETT. 

Lawyer; assisted in tlie prosecution of the alleged 

slayers of Gov. Goebel. and author of a 

"History of the Times and Troubles," 

which led up to his death, Cov- 

iiigton. Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



LAWYERS AND REAL ESTATE COUNSELOR. 





JOHN D. WHITE. 



if-iil Estate Counselor; Graduate Michigan 

versity Law Class 1S72; Member Forty-fourth, 

Forty-seventh and Forty-eighth Congresses; 

Member Ky. Legis. 1879-80; Prohib. Can- 

didate for Gov. 130U: office with W. 

('. Priest & Co.. Real Estate, 

Louisville. Ky. 



Uni- 



L. F. JOHNSON. 

Lawyer. 
Frankfort. Ky. 





E. E. McKAY. 
Lawyer, Louisville, Ky. 



HIRAM SHREVE. 

Lawyer; Capt. and Aide de Camp on Staff of Brig.- 

Gen. Poyntz, commanding Ky. Division 

U. S. V.. Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE! MEN OF KENTUCKY.' 



81 



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 





LEWIS S. McMURTRY, A. M., M. D. 

President of the Faculty and Professor of Obstet- 
rics. Gynecology and Abdominal Surgery, 
Hospital Collece of Medicine; owner 
Dr. McMurtry's (formerly Jennie 
Cassedy) Infirmary, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



JOSEPH MCDOWELL MATHEWS, M. D., LL. D. 

Ex-President American Medical Association; Pro- 
fessor of Surgery and Clinical Professor 
of Diseases of Rectum, Hospital 
College of Medicine. Louis- 
ville, Ky. 





THOMAS H. STUCKY, A. M., M. D. 
Vice-President of the Faculty and Professor of 
the Principles and Practice of Medl- 
icine and Clinical Medicine, Hos- 
pital College of Medicine, 
Louisville, Ky. 



FRANK C. WILSON. A. M., M. D. 
Professor of Diseases of the Chest and Physical 
Diagnosis, Hospital College of Medi- 
cine, Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY.' 



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 





DUDLEY S. REYNOLDS, A. M., M. D. 
Professor Ophthalmology, Otology and Medical 
Jurisprudence, Hospital College of Med- 
icine, Louisville, Ky. 



H. HORACE GRANT. A. M., M. D. 
Treasurer of the Faculty and Professor of Surg- 
ery and Clinical Surgery, Hospital 
College of Medicine, Louisville, Ky. 





HUGH N. LEAVELL, M. D. 

Physician and Surgeon; Adjunct Professor of 
Physiology and Chief of Otological and 
Laryngological Clinic, Hospital 
College of Medicine, Louis- 
ville. Ky. 



FRANK T. FORT, M. D. 

Assistant to Chair of Surgery, Hospital College 

of Med.; Surg. I. C. R. R.; Mem. Amer. Ky. 

State. S. \V. Ky. and Jeff. Co. Med. Assus.; 

Vice-Pres. Practitioners' Club; Med. 

Exnm. Penn Mutual and Hartford 

Life lus. Cos., Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY.' 



83 



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 




JAMES MORRISON BOD1NE, M. D. 
Dean of the Faculty and Professor of Anatomy 
University of Louisville, Medical De- 
partment, Louisville, Ky. 




WILLIAM OWEN HUBERTS, XI. D. 
Physician and Surgeon; Professor of Principles 
and Practice of Surgery and C'linical 
Surgery, University of Louisville, 
Medical Department, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 





JOHN G. CECIL, B. S., M. D. 
Professor Material Medica, Therapeutics and Pub- 
lic Hygiene, University of Louisville, 
Medical Department, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



I. N. BLOOM. A. B.. M. D. 

Clinical Professor of Genito-Urinary Diseases, 
University of Louisville, Medical De- 
partment, Louisville, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 





EGBERT G. FALLIS. M. D. 

Physician; Assistant to tho Chair of Materla 

Medica and Therapeutics, Hospital 

College of Medicine, Louisville, Ky. 



HENRY HEUSER. M. D. 

Physician; Assistant to the Chair of Otology and 
Laryngology, Hospital College of Medi- 
cine, Louisville, Ky. 





J. P. FERGUSON. A. M.. M. D. 
Physician and Surgeon; Anesthetist to the Chair 
of Surgery, Hospital College of Medi- 
cine, Gray Street Infirmary, 
Louisville, Ky. 



JOHN W. KREA1ER, M. D. 

Physician and Surgeon; Assistant to the Chair of 

Surgery, Hospital College of Medicine, 

Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY.' 



85 



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 





THOMAS GRAIN EVANS, M. D. 
Physician; Dean and Professor of Ophthalmology, 
Otology and Laryngology, Medical De- 
partment, Kentucky University, 
Louisville, Ky. 



HENRY ENOS TULEY. A. B., M. D. 
Physician; Secretary Faculty and Professor of 
Obstetrics, Medical Department Ken- 
tucky University, Louisville, Ky. 





JAMES WEYMS BENNERS, M. D. 
Physician; Clinical Assistant in Obstetrics, Med- 
ical Department Kentucky University, 
Louisville, Ky. 



OLIVER HOLT KELSALL, A. M., M. D. 

I'hysician; Clinical Assistant in Gynecology and 

Assistant Professor of Bacteriology, 

Medical Department Kentucky 

University, Louisville, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY.' 



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 





ORVILLE A. KENNEDY, B. S., M. D. 
Physician; formerly Professor of Chemistry Cen- 
tral University; Lecturer ou Principles 
aud Practice of Medicine, Kentucky 
University, Louisville, Ky. 



FREDERICK C. TIIUM, M. D. 
Physician; Clinical Assistant in Ophthalmology, 
Otology, Anesthetist, Kentucky Uni- 
versity, Louisville, Ky. 





LOUIS KAELIN. M. D. 
Physician, Louisville, Ky. 



W. YOUNGER HOWARD, M. D. 
Physician, Louisville, Ky. 



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PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 



87 





GEO. T. MOUNSEY, M. D. 

Physician and Surgeon; Instructor Practice of 
Medicine and Diseases of Children, Ken- 
tucky School of Medicine; Member 
Louisville Lodge Elks, Lewis 
Lodge F. & A. M.; Member 
her Ky. State Med. So., 
Louisville, Ky. 



JOHN W. GALVIN. M. D. 

Physician; Graduate University of Louisville, 
Medical Department, 1S94; Assistant in Ob- 
stetrics and Gynecology, Kentucky 
School of Medicine; Ex-Member 
Louisville School Board, 
Louisville, Ky. 





HENRY CHENOWETH, M. D. 
Graduated In the Class of 1844, University 
Louisville; In active practice fifty-eight 
years, St. Matthews, Ky. 



of 



GEORGE W. CROFT, M. D. 
Physician and Surgeon; born in Stauuton, Va.; 
attended college, first year, Chapel Hill, 
N. C.; second year, Richmond, Va. ; 
third and fourth years, Louisville 
Medical College; Assistant An- 
atomy Kentucky School of 
Medicine, Louisville, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 





HENRY ORENDORF, M. D. 

Physician and Surgeon: Professor Therapeutics, 
Genito-Urinary. Venereal and Skin Dis- 
eases, Kentucky School of Medicine, 
Louisville, Ky. 



JESSE T. DUNN. M. D. 

Clin. Lecturer Diseases of Rectnm; Chief Surg. 
Laboratory Oper. Surgery; Lecturer on Surg- 
ery Ky. School of Med. ; Oper. Private X- 
ray Laboratory; Surg. and Exam. Surg. 
Fid. & Cns. and Travelers' Ace. & 
Life Ins. Cos., Louisville, Ky. 





FOUCHE W. SAMUEL, A. M., M. D. 

Physician and Surgeon; Professor of Surgery and 

Clinical Surgery Kentucky School of 

Medicine, Louisville, Ky. 



OSCAR C. DILLY, PH. G.. M. D. 

Lecturer and Chemist; Professor Materia Mediea 

and Pharmacology Louisville College of 

Pharmacy; Lecturer Materia Mediea and 

Pharmacology Kentucky School of 

Medicine; Ex-Pres. Ky. Pharm. 

Asso.. Louisville, Ky. 



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89 



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 





A. MORGAN CARTLEDGE, M. D. 
Physician and Surgeon; Professor of Gynecology 
and Abdominal Surgery Louisville Med- 
ical College, Louisville, Ky. 



AP MORGAN VANCE. 
Physician and Surgeon, Louisville, Ky. 





JAMES S. CHENOWETH, M. D. 

Physician and Surgeon; Surgeon Deaconess Hoi- 

pital; Consulting Surgeon Louisville 

City Hospital, Louisville, Ky. 



PRESCOTT BROWN SCOTT, A. M., M. D.' 

Physician, Louisville, Ky. 
Died September 24. 1900. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 





A. LEIGHT MONROE. M. D. 

Physician and Surgeon; Dean and Professor of 
Materia Mediea and Clinical Gyneeology 
and Oriflcial Surgery Southwestern 
Homeopathic College, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



GEORGE S. COON, M. D. 

Physician and Surgeon; Professor of Surgery and 
Surgical Gynecology Southwestern Homeo- 
pathic Medical College, Louisville, Ky. 





JESSE E. MANN, M. D. 

Physician; Professor of Ophthalmology, Otology, 
Rhlnology and Laryngology, Southwestern 
Homeopathic Medical College, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



THEODORE H. HOLLINSIIEAD, M. D. 
Physician and Surgeon; Professor of Physiology 
Southwestern Homeopathic Medical Col- 
lege, Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OP KENTUCKY." 



91 



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 





S. E. STANLEY. M. D. 

Physician; Secretary-Treasurer Falls Cities 
Homeopathic Jledical Society; Professor 
of Skin Diseases Southwestern Homeo- 
pathic Medical College, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



HERVEY S. KELLER, M. D. 

Physician; Adjunct Professor Materia Medica 

Southwestern Homeopathic Medical College, 

Louisville; Ex-Pres. Ky. Homeopathic 

Mrdk-nl Association, Frankfort, Ky. 





BENJAMIN A. GARR, M. D. 

Physician; Grand Medical Examiner Ancient Order 
United Workmen of Kentucky, Louis- 
ville. Ky. 



B. JONES FARR, M. D. 
Physician, Louisville, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 





WILLIAM O. CAILEV, M. D. 
Physician; Demonstrate! 1 of Ophthalmology Uni- 
versity of Louisville, Medical Department, 
Louisville, Ky. 



WILLIAM I!. DOIIERTY, M. D. 
Lecturer on Obstetrics; Quiz-master in Obstetrics 
University or Louisville, Medical Depart- 
ment, Louisville, Ky. 





DAVID YANDELL ROBERTS, M. D. 
8,11131 Steward First Ky. Inf. U. S. V., Span.- 
Amer. War; Ass't to Professor Clinical 
Surgery and to the Demonstrator of 
Surgery and Surgical Dressing, Uni- 
versity of Louisville, Medical 
Department, Louisville, Ky. 



J. T. W1NDELL, M. D. 

Physician; Curator of the Museum, University of 
Louisville, Medical Department, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



93 



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 





S1MKALL ANDERSON, M. D. 
Physician and Surgeon; Assistant to Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. University of 
Louisville, Medical Department, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



GEORGE F. SIMPSON, M. D. 
Physician and Surgeon; Graduated University of 
Lonisville, 1S81, and in New York, 1891; 
School Trustee 1S39 to 1S99; Local Sur- 
geon Monou Railroad, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 





WILLIAM T. LEACHMAN, M. D. 
Physician, Louisville, Ky. 



GEORGE C. LEACHMAN, M. D. 
Physician, Louisville, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 





JAMES W. GUEST. M. D. 

Physician; Grad. Univ. of Va., 1886. aud UniT. 
and Bellevue Hosp. Med. College, 1888; served 
in Bellevue, Chambers St. aud Harlem Hos- 
pitals, N. Y., and St. Catharine Hosp., 
Brooklyn; City Physician Louisville; 
Comr. Cen. Ky. Lnn. Asy. ; Med. 
Exam. Nat. Life and Cnvenant 
Mut.: I'res. Practitioners' 
Club. Louisville, Ky. 



THOMAS PAGE GRANT, M. D. 
Physician and Surgeon; Yice-Pres. Alumni, Med. 
Dep'L University of Louisville; Member 
Miss. Val. Med. Ass'n and Ass'n Mil. 
Surgeons U. S. ; late Capt. and Ass't 
Surg. K. S. G. ; Director Dr. 
Grant's Orthopedic Sanitar- 
ium, Louisville, Ky. 





CURRAN 1'OPE, M. D. 

Physician; Sup't of the Dr. Curran Pope Sana- 
torium for Nervous Diseases, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



D. H. KELLER, M. D. 

Physician: Author: Inventor; Graduate of Uni- 
versity and Bellevue Hospital Medical 
College. New York. 1900, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



05 



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 





HENRY M. SKILLMAN, M. D. 
Ex-Pres. Ky. State Mod. Society; Member Amer. 
Med. and Miss. Val. Med. Ass'ns; former 
member of the Faculty of Medical De- 
partment Transylvania University, 
Lexington. Ky. 



FRANK O. YOUNG, M. D. 

Ex-Pres. Nat. Sanitary Ass'n; Member Amer. Med. 

Ass'n and Ky. State Med. Ass'n; President 

Board of Health, Lexington, Ky. 





THOMAS STONE LEWIS. M. D. 
Physician and Surgeon; Pathologist Eastern Ken- 
tucky Asylum : Surgeon on Staff of Good 
Sau.nriiau Hospital, Lexing- 
ton, Ky. 



A. C. LEONARD, M. D. 

i'hysician and Surgeon; Vice-Pres. Ky. Homeo. 
Med. Society; Ex-Res. Surgeon Chicago 
Homeo. Hospital; Member Am. Inst. 
Homeopathy; Surgeon Widows' and 
Orphans' Home; 1. O. O. F., Lex- 
ington, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 





WILLIAM B. McCLUKE, M. D. 
Physician and Surgeon, Lexington, Ky. 



DAVID BAUUUW, M. D. 

Physician and Surgeon, Lexington, Ky. 





F. H. CLAUKE, M. D. 
Physician and Surgeon, Lexington, Ky. 



U. V. WILLIAMS, M. D. 

Physician, Frankfort, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



97 



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 





J. D. KISE14, M. D. 
Physician rind Surgeon. Lexington, Ky. 



J. A. STUCKY, M. I). 
Physician. Lexington, Ky. 





J. D. JACKSON. M. D. 
Physician and Surgeon, Hopkinsville, Ky. 



EARLE J. BllASIfEAR. M. D. 

Member of Kentucky State Medical Society, 

Defoe, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 





E. E. HUME, M. D. 

Physician and Surgeon, Frankfort. Ky. 



J. G. SOUTH, M. D. 
Physician, Frankfort. Ky. 





JAMES H. MOORE. M. D. 

Physician and Farmer; Delegate to First Agri- 
cultural Congress, held at Selma, Ala.; 
Member Constitutional Convention of 
Kentucky. 1890-91. llni-ri.dsburg, Ky. 



THOMAS D. WILLIAMS, M. D. 

Physicinu and Surgeon; Member of Ky. State 

Med. and Amer. Med. Ass'ns; Director 

People's Bank. Bnrdstown. Ky. 



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99 



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 





JAMES HUGHES LETCHER, M. D. 
Physician find Surgeon; President 1901, State 
Medical Society; Surgeon hi Chief Letcher's 
Hospital: Snrsetm for L. & N.. I. C. aud 
L., H. & Si. L. Railroads, Mender- 
sou. Ky. 



ARCHIBALD D1XON, M. D. 

Physician and Surgeon: Ex-President Mississippi 

'Valley Medical Association; Ex-President 

Kentucky State Medical Society, 

Henderson. Ky. 





WILLIAM A. QU1NN, M. D. 
Physician and Surgeon, Henderson, Ky. 



BEN' LETCHER. M. D. 

Physician and Surgeon; Member State Medical 

Society and District and County Medical 

Societies, Henderson, Ky. 



100 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY.' 



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 





A. H. KLEISER. M. D. 
Physician, Eminence, Ky. 



j. J. KIIUMAN. M. D. 

Physician aud Surgeon, Owensboro, Ky. 





D. M. GRIFFITH. M. D. 

Physician Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat; former 

Oculist City Hospital; former President B. 

M. A., Owensboro, Ky. 



JOSEPH RAY ANDERSON, M. D. 

Physician Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat; Fellow 

Berlin Anglo-American Society; Oculist 

City Hospital, Owensboro, Ky. 



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101 



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 





K. C. MeCIlORD, II. D. 

Physician and Surgeon; Ex-President Kentucky 

State Medical Society; Surgeon to and 

Owner Elizabeth Hospital. Lebanon, 

Ky. 



WILLIAM M. FUQUA, M. D. 

Former Professor of Anatomy, Memphis Medical 
College, Hopkinsville, Ivy. 





CLARENCE H. VAUGHT, M. D. 
Physician and Surgeon; President Board of 
Health; Ex-Secretary United States Pension 
Board; Ex-Secretary Practitioners' Club; 
Surgeon for L. & N. R. R. ; President 
Central Kentucky Cigar Manufact- 
uring Co., Richmond, Ky. 



JAMES ANDREW AVERDICK, M. D. 
Graduated Class of 1S74, Medical College of Ohio, 
Cincinnati; A. B. S. M. Institute, Dayton. O., 
1S69; Coroner, 1S75-76; Member Board of 
Education, C'ovington, 20 years. Pres- 
ident 2 years; Member Kentucky 
Legislature, 1902, Coviugton, 
Kv. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTIVKY. 



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 





JOHN F. TAYLOR. M. D. 
Physician and Surgeon, Louisville, Ky. 



FRANK KARRICK GREEN, M. U. 
Physician, Louisville, Ky. 





CHRISTOPHER K. WALLACE, M. 
Physician and Surgeon; Ex-House Physician; Post 
'Graduate Hospital nnd School of Chicago; 
Ex-Superintendent Institute Feeble 
Minded Children, Frank- 
fort, Ky. 



BEN. L. BRUNER, M. D. 

Former Physician and Surgeon Kentucky Peni- 
tentiary: First Lieut, and Ass't Surgeon 
Fourth Ky. Vol. Inf., Span.-Amer. War; 
Member Ky. Legislature, 1902, 
Hardyville, Ky. 



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103 



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 





J. BRENT I'ALMEK, M. D. 

Physician and Surgeon; Major and Surgeon First 
Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, Spanish- 
American War, Louisville, Ky. 



J. HUNTER TEAK, M. D. 

Physician and Surgeon; Former U. S. Pension 

Surgeon; Expert U. S. Pension Surgeon, 

Louisville, Ky. 





EDWARD LEE PEARCE, M. D. 
Physician and Surgeon; Visiting Surgeon Louis- 
ville City Hospital; Surgeon I. C. R. R. Co.; 
Surgeon Louisville, Legion, eleven 
years, Louisville. Ky. 



JAMES C. MITCHELL, M. D. 
Graduate of Bennett Eclectic Medical College, 
Chicago, 111., 1S97; Resident Physician and 
Surgeon Cook Co. Hospital, 1897-98-99; 
Medical Examiner A. O. U. W., De- 
gree of Honoi, and Woodmen of 
World, Louisville, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 1 



PHYSICIANS. 





LUKE P. WILLIAMS, M. D. 

Physician; Pastor First Baptist Chnrcli; Pres't 
Bank of Morehead to January, 1901; Mem- 
ber Kentucky Constitutional Con- 
vention, 1890-91, Moreheaa, Ky. 



FREDERICK DEMAVEN, M. D., D. O. 
Homeopathic and Osteopnthic Physician; Presi- 
dent of the Kentucky School of Oste- 
opathy, Louisville, Ky. 





R. P. BUCKMASTER. 

Osteopathic Physician; Graduated under founder 

of Osteopathy, at Hicksvllle, Mo., 

Frankfort, Ky. 



II. E. NELSON. 

Osteopathic Physician; Trustee American Oste- 
opathic Association; Secretary and Treas- 
urer Kentucky Osteopathic Associa- 
tion. Louisville. Ky. 



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105 



DENTISTS. 





W. W. BARNES. II. D., D. D. S. 

Dentist; Vice-president Kentucky State Dental 

Association, Louisville, Ky. 



WILLIAM E. GKANT, M. D., D. D. S. 
Dentist; Dean and Professor of Orthodontla, 
Louisville Collese of Dentistry, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 





J. W. DAUGIIERTY, D. D. S. 

Dentist; Graduate of the Louisville College of 

Dentistry, Bardstowu, Ky. 



WINFIELD SCOTT SMITH, M. D., D. D. S. 
Dentist; Former Professor Prosthetic Dentistry, 
Crown and Bridge Work, Prosthetic Tech- 
nic, Louisville, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



DENTISTS. 





LLOYD A. KING. D. D. S. 

Dentist; Member State Dental Association; Mem- 
ber Tri-State Dental Association, Hen- 
derson. Ky. 



A. C. COOK. D. D. S. 

Dentist; Member Kentucky State Dental Associa- 
tion. Georgetown. Ky. 





\V. L. HANSBKO, D. P. S. 
Dental Surgeon, Paducali, Ky. 



EDGAR NEWTON FRUIT. D. D. S. 
Dental Surgeon, Hopkinsville, Ky. 



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107 



DENTISTS. 





V. H. 1IOBSON, A. M., SI. D., D. D. 8. 
Dentist, Richmond, Ky. 



C. L. SEEBOLT, D. D. S. 

Dentist; Member Ky. State Dental Ass'n and Falls 
City Dental Chih. Louisville. Ky. 



DENTAL ASSOCIATIONS. 





C. E. NARY. 

Dentist: Manager Wayt Dental Co., the oldest 
dental concern in Kentucky nearly thirty 
years at Third and Jefferson, Louis- 
ville. Ky. 



GEORGE REISS. 

Dentist; Proprietor Louisville Dental Parlors, 
established eighteen years, Louisville, Ky 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 






SPECIALISTS AND VETERINARY SURGEONS. 




M. II. BROWN, M. D. 

Specialist in Hernia and Chronic Diseases, Louis- 
ville. Ky. 




WM. EDWARDS BAXTER. M. D., D. D. S. 
Specialist Mouth. Nose and Throat: Former Pres't 
Ky. State Dent. Ass'n; Former Demon- 
strator Operative Dentistry, Central Dn- 
versity: Inventor: Composer of 
Music, Frankfort, Ky. 





DR. G. GOLDSTEIN. 
Optic Specialist, Louisville, Ky. 



WILLIAM 11. NETHERLAND. 
Veterinary Surgeon, Louisville, Ky. 



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109 



VETERINARY SURGEONS, DRUGGISTS AND PHARMACISTS. 





DU. S. A. BRADLEY. 

Veterinary Sur.Lreon ; Graduate Toronto. Canada,' 
Veterinary Surgeon Police and Fire De- 
partments and Member Drs. Bradley 
Bros. Stock Food Co., Louisville. Ky. 



UK. HENRY ALBEUS. 
Veterinary Surgeon, Louisville, Ky. 





SIMON X. JONES. 

I''vs. Simon N. Jones Co., Druggists and I'harm 
aeists; 1'res. Louisville College of Pharm- 
acy, Louisville. Ky. 



GEOKGE D. BOLDRICK. 

1'resident IIuiili Murray Drug Co.; Pres. Lebanon 
Water Works, Lebanon, Ky. 



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l-'KTTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



PUBLISHERS, EDITORS, AUTHORS 



COURIER-JOURNAL. 





WALTER N. 11ALDEMAN.* 

President Louisville Courier-Journal Co.. Louis- 
ville, Ky. 
*Died May 13, 1902. 



HENRY WATTERSON. 

Editor Louisville Courier-Journal; Ex-Member Con- 
gross; Author, Lecturer and Statesman, 
Louisville. K.v. 





\VM. B. HALDEMAN. 

Journolist; General Manager Courier-Journal, 
Louisville, Kv. 



BRUCE HALDEMAN. 

Vice-Pres't Louisville Courier-Journal Co.; Mem- 
ber Board of Trade and Commercial Club; 
Director Pendennis Club, Louisville. K.v. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN 7 OF KENTUCKY." 



Ill 



PUBLISHERS, EDITORS, AUTHORS. 



COURIER-JOURNAL. 





ARTHUR Y. FORD. 

Managing Editor Courier-Journal. Louisville, Ky. 



GEORGE E. JOHNSON. 

Editor T\vice-a-YVeek Courier-Journal, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



LOUISVILLE TIMES. 





EMMET G. LOGAN. 
Editor-in-Chief Louisvillle Times, Louisville, Ky. 



ROBERT W. 15ROVSN. 
Managing Editor Louisville Times, Louisville, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 1 



PUBLISHERS, EDITORS, AUTHORS. 





RICHARD W. KNOTT, 

Editiu- Kvcnini; 1'ost, Louisville 



J. STODDARD JOHNSTON. 
Editor. Amlim- a:nl Historian, Louisville, Ky. 





HENRY CLEVELAND WOOD. 

Writer: Author of "The Kentucky Outlaw:" "The 

Love that Endured:" "Faint Heart and 

Fair Lady," etc., Harrodsbnrg, Ky. 



MADISON J. CAWE1N. 
Poet; Author, Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY.' 



113 



PUBLISHERS, EDITORS, AUTHORS. 





SAMUEL J. ROBERTS. 

Eilitor Daily Leader; United States Collector of 

Internal Revenue. Seventh District, 

Lexington. Ky. 



CHARLES M. MEACHAM. 

Pub. and Ed. Hopklnsville "Kentuckian" since 

1879; Pres. Ky. Press Asso. 1893; Former Prei. 

Board of Commissioners West. Ky. Insane 

Asylum; Mem. Dem. State Ex. Com. 

since 1895; born Christian County, 

June 14. 1858; Ilopkinsville, Ky. 





J. GIVEXS CRADDOCK. 

Editor "Kentuckian Citizen;" born August 28, 
1825; Editor and Writer fifty-five years; Mex- 
ican War Veteran; Sec. State Society Mex- 
ican Veterans; Former Confederate 
Guide, Paris, Ky. 



ROBERT M. KELLY. 

Patent Lawyer; Former Editor of the "Com- 
mercial;" Col. Fourth Ky. Inf., U. S. Vol., 
Army of the Cumberland; formerly Col- 
lector Int. Rev. Seventh District, and 
U. S. Pension Agent, Louisville, Ky. 



114 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



PUBLISHERS AND PRINTERS. 





GEO. G. FETTER. 

President Geo. G. Fetter Printing Co.; President 
Fetter Law Book Co., Louisville, Ky. 



HOWARD C. WEDEKEMPER. 

Treasurer and General Manager Geo. G. Fetter 

Printing Co.; Treasurer Fetter Law Book Co.. 

Louisville. Ky. 





J. ED. REESE. 

Vice-President Geo. G. Fetter Printing Co., 
Louisville, Ky. 



EDWARD C. GERMAN. 

Secretary Geo. G. Fetter Printing Co., Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



115 



PUBLISHERS AND PRINTERS. 

GEO. G. FETTER PRINTING CO. 





J. FRANK WHITE. 

Manager Stationery Department Geo. G. Fetter 
Printing Co., Louisville, Ky. 



CHARLES F. BRECKEL. 

SuiHT'iiteiMli-iit Geo. G. Fetter Printing Co., 
Louisville. Ky. 





II. 1'. WARDEN. 

Viee-Prcsident Fetter Law Book Co., Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



BEN. LABREE. 

Editor and Manager Sub. Book Dept. Geo. G. 
Fetter Printing Co.; Author "Pictorial Bat- 
tles of the Civil War;" "Confederate 
Soldier:" "Camp Fires of the Confed- 
eracy;" "Notable Men of Ky.," etc., 
Louisville, Ky. 



116 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OP KENTUCKY.' 



PUBLISHERS, EDITORS, WRITERS. 





WM. B. BKEWEK. 

Editor; Publisher: Merchant; Proprietor of the 
Review and Mayor of the town of Fair- 
view, Ky. 



CHARLES SI. LEWIS. 

Editor of the Shelby Sentinel and Harrodsburg 
Democrat, Shelbyville, Ky. 





S. A. MULLIKIN. 

Publisher of fine Bibles, subscription books and 
other high grade publications, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



BEN. F. LIPPOLD. 

Newspaper Writer and Advertising Specialist, 
Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



117 



MUSICIANS. 





KAUL SCHMIDT. 

Organist Temple Aclath Israel and Conductor of 
the Philharmonic Society, Louisville, Ky. 



GEORGE B. SF.LBY. 
Organist and Musical Director, Louisville, Ky. 





WALTER W. BOUTELLE. 

Teacher of the Piano and Pipe Organ; Organist 

and Choir Director Warren Memorial 

Presbyterian Church, Louisville, Ky. 



JOHN MASON STRAUSS. 

Organist and Composer; Organist and Choir Di- 
rector St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal 
Church, Louisville, Ky. 



118 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY.' 



MUSICIANS. 





HENRY U. GOODWIN. 

Organist Broadway Baptist Church; Teacher of 
Piano, Louisville, Ky. 



ANDREW E. SBIBERT. 

Bandmaster First Regiment Band and Orchestra: 
Member B. P. O. Elks No. 8. Louis- 
ville, Ky. 





J. HENRY BRADY. 

Musician and Inventor; Inventor of Eureka Har 
mony Chart The Omnichord; Author of 
"Saxton Method for Guitar," Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



DAVID I 1 . FAULDS. 

Composer; Dealer in Musical Instruments and 
Sheet Music. Louisville. Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



U9 



ARTISTS. 





HARVEY JOINER. 
Artist, Louisville, Ky. 



A. O. REVENAUGH. 

Portrait Artist; M. D. Graduate University of 
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich., Louis- 
ville, Ky. 





JOHN A. MUCKELBAUER. 

Artist, Louisville, Ky. 



J. L. CUSICK. 

Secretary Ky. and Tenn. Photographers' Assn. 

awarded two prizes 1901 Convention, 

Louisville, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



PHOTOGRAPHERS. 





J. I1EXRY DOERR. 

Photographer; First President Ky. and Tenn. 
Photographers' Assn., Louisville, Ky. 



EDWIN K.LAUBEU. 
Photographer and Fine Art Dealer, Louisville, Ky. 





JAMES MULLEN. 
Photographer. Lexington, Ky. 



WOLDEMAR ASMUS. 
Photographer, Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



121 



PHOTOGRAPHERS. 





W. G. THUSS. 

Of Thuss & Lind. Photographers; President Ky. 
and Tenn. Photographers' Assn., Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



FRANK C. LUND. 
Of Thuss & Lind, Photographers, Louisville, Ky. 





FKANK E. WVBRANT. 

Photographer. Louisville, Ky. 



E. CARL WOLFF. 
Photographer. Frankfort, Ky. 



122 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OP KENTUCKY. 



PHOTOGRAPHERS, PHONOGRAPHS. 





WILLIAM A. JOHNSTON. 
1'hotographiT, Louisville, Ky. 



FRANZ JOSEPH SPENGLER. 
Master of Photography, Lexington, Ky 





LOUIS SCHLEGEL. 
Photographer, Richmond, Ky. 



CHARLES A. RAY. 

President Ray Phonograph Co.; General Agent 
Gamewell Fire Alarm Telegraph Co., Louis- 
ville. Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



123 



CAPITALISTS, BROKERS. 





LAWRENCE JONES. 
Capitalist, Louisville, Ky. 



SAM STONE BUSH. 

Financial Agent; Successful Operator in Suburban 

Real Estate; erected the Equitable Building; 

organized and established the Louisville 

Bolt & Iron Co., Louisville, Ky. 



COMMERCIAL AGENCV- 





GEORGE ROBINSON HUNT. JR. 

Of Hunt & Hutchings. Stock, Bond and Grain 

Brokers, Louisville, Ky. 



ROBERT C. CARSON. 

Superintendent of the Louisville Office of the 
Bradstreet Co. Commercial Agency, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



124 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



BANKERS. 



SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK. 




JAS. S. ESCUTT. 

Former United Stntes Raul; Examiner; President 
Southern National Bank; Treasurer Louis- 
ville Horse Snow Association, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 




\V. J. THOMAS. 

First Vice-President Southern National Bank of 
Louisville, Sheltiyville, Ky. 





FRED. N. LEWIS. 

Second Vice-President Southern National Bank; 

Lewis & Cliaml.i-rs, Seeds and Agricultural 

Implements. LmiNville, Ky. 



HENRY D. OKMSBY. 
Cashier Southern National Bank, Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



125 



BANKERS. 





LOGAN c. MURRAY. 

President American National Itank; Director 

Board of Trade and Commercial Club. 

Louisville, Ky. 



JAMES S. KAUKKT. 

President German Security Bank, an original in- 

corporator and President since organization, 

1867; bank just paid 69 dividends and never 

skipped one: Director Louisville Water 

Co., Louisville. Ky. 





JOHN DOEKHOEFEK. 

Vice-President Uuiou National Bank, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



LL'KE O. COX. 
President Union National Bank, Louisville, Ky. 



126 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



BANKERS. 





GEOUGE \V. LEWMAN. 
President First National Bank. Louisville, Ky. 



OSCAR FENLEY. 

President National Bank of Keuttickv, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 





CLINTON C. MeCLARTY. 
Cashier First National Bank. Louisville. Ky. 



EDWIN W. HAYS. 

Cashier National Bank of Kentucky, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



127 



BANKERS. 





H. C. RODES. 

President Citizens' National Bank: Director Louis- 

Tille Public Warehouse Co.; Director Bour- 

bou Stock Yards, Louisville, Ky. 



DANIEL L. MOORE. 

Planter and Uauehman; Member State Senate, 

ISSl-lSSi'; President Mercer National Bank, 

Harrodsburg, Ky. 





JAMES S. WITHERS. 

Cashier of the National Lank of Cynthiana, Cyn- 
thiaua, Ky. 



A. H. WARD. 

Lawyer (retired), age 87 years; President National 

linnk of Cynthiana for the past 20 years, 

Cynthiana, Ky. 



128 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



BANKERS. 





DAVID H. JAMES. 
President Second National Bank, Lexington, Ky. 



JACOB H. GRAVES. 

Vice-President Second National Bank of Lexing- 
ton; large owner of reai estate and of a large 
stock and cattle farm, Chilesburg, Ky. 





JOHN A. MIDDLETON. 

President Farmers' & Traders' Bank, Shelby- 
vine, Ky. 



W. H. T1PTON. 

County Judge and President Citizens' National 
Bank, Slielbyvllle. Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



129 



BANKERS. 





JAS. WEIR. 

Eighty years okl. Oldest Bank President 
continuous service in the United States; 
President National Deposit Bank, 
Owensboro, Ky. 



II. P. MONTGOMERY. 

in President First National Bank; President Royal 

Springs Ice Co., and President George- 
town Electric Street Railway, George- 
town, Ky. 





S. K. SNEED. 

Cashier Henderson National Bank, Hender- 
son, Ky. 



R. H. SOAPER. 

Prt'sident Henderson National Bank; Exporter 

Leaf and Strips Tobacco, Henderson and 

Uniontown, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



BANKERS. 





FAYETTE HEWITT. 

Asst. Adj. Gen. Orphans' Brig., C. S. A.; Quar- 
termaster Slate of Ky. ; Auditor State of Ky. ; 
Pres. Frankfort Safety Vault & Trust Co., 
and President State Nat. Bauk, Frank- 
fort, Ky. 



CIIAKLES E. I1OGE. 
Cashier State National Bank, Frankfort, Ky. 





W. H. DAUGUEKTY, M. D. 

Physician and Farmer, 67 years old; former Mem- 
ber of the Kentucky Legislature; President 
Coriutu Deposit Bank, Corinth, Ky. 



THOMAS BLACKWELL. 

General Merchandise. Strips Tobacco, Coal Min- 
ing, etc.; President Webster Co. Bank, 
Clay, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



131 



BANKERS. 





WILLIAM I!. NOE. 
Lawyer; President Bank of Cnlhoun, Calhoun, Ky. 



W. F. 1'EAK. 

Born Dec. 1, 1829, in Henry, now Trimble Co. 
Coroner 1854-58; Sheriff 1858-OU; Clerk County 
and fin-nit Courts 1863-70; Clerk Circuit 
Court ISTdSii; Muster Cum. ten years; 
Hep. Lewis. 1SS1-1 and 1891-2-3; Mer- 
chant twenty-live vears; 1'res. K., 
L. & P. Bank, Bedford, Ky. 





JAMES M. H1C1IART. 

Merchant; I'rusMlent < t\\ ini, r s\'ilk' Banking 
Owingsville, Ky. 



Co., 



C. L. KING. 
President Corydon Deposit Bank, Corydon, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



BANKERS. 





W S. COOK. 

President Graves County Banking & Trust Co., 
Mayfield, Ky. 



M. J. FARR1S. 

Farmer and Stock Raiser; President Citizens' 
National Bank, Danville, Ky. 





HENRY G. SANDIFEK. 
Cashier Boyle National Bank, Danville, Ky. 



J. A. QUISENI'.ERRY. 
Cashier Citizens' National Bank. Danvale, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



133 



BANKERS. 





It. 1!. LANCASTER. 

President Citizens' National Hank and Lancaster 
Mill Co., Lebanon, Ky. 



S. J. ASHBROOK. 

Farini'!- and Miller; President Fa ruiers' Natimial 
Bank. Cynthiana, Ky. 





JOHN B. TRICE. 

Cashier Planters' Bank since 1891, Hopklns- 
ville. Ky. 



STEPHEN E. TRICE. 

President Planters' P.ank 1S73-1900, Hopkins- 
ville, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



BANKERS. 





WILLIAM T. HORD. 

Dealer in Live Stock: President Farmers' & 
Merchants' Bank, Greeuup, Ky. 



A. C. W1THERSPOON. 

In banking business for 35 years: now President 
Citizens' Bank, L.iwrenri'burg, Ky. 





W. K. KAYBUEIN. 

Merchant and President People's P.ank: one of 

tbe oldest citizons and an orticinl member 

Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 

Adairville, Ky. 



TOM I!. PELL. 

President Bank of Lewisport; Senior Member of 

Ibe firm of Pell Bros., successors to J. C. 

Pell & Sons.: in business since 1S44, 

Lewisnort. Ky. 



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135 



BANKERS. 





BENJ. T. HEAD. 
Cashier Farmers' Bank, Burgiu, Ky. 



RICHARD C. T. HEAD. 
Cashier of Citizens' Bauk, Stamping Ground, Ky. 





J. SAMUEL HEAD, JR. 
Jackson Deposit Bank, .I:\fkson, Ky. 



\V. B. SMITH. 
Cashier First National Bank, Glasgow, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



BANKERS. 





JOHN M. BELL. 
Cashier First National Bank, Lexington. Ky. 



E. M. SHELLEY. 

Cashier Eurnside Banking Co.; Capt. Co. I, Fourth 

Eegt. Ky. Inf.. U. S. V., Span. -Am. War, 

Burnside, Ky. 




DAVID BANKS. 
Cashier I'lanters' State Bank, Henderson, Ky. 




. HALL, JR. 
Cashier Worthville Deposit Bank, Worthville. Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KKNTTCKY. 



137 



BANKERS. 





WILLIAM SIMMONS. 

Farmer and Stock Man; Director Bullitt County 

Fair Association; President People's Bank. 

Shepherdsville, Ky. 



J. C. REVILL. 

Born in Owen County; Elected Circuit Court Clerk 
1874 and 1SSO; Organized Boone County De- 
posit Bank 1^'i. c.-islm-r ot same ever 
since. Burlington. Ky. 





EDWARD GARRETT. 

Cashier First National Bank; Member City Coun- 
cil: MemliiT Ky. No. 50. Odd FVllows, 
Princeton, Ky. 



W. SHELBY WILSON . 
Ciishier Deposit Bank. Eminence. Ky. 



138 



FKTTKK'S "XI (TABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



BANKERS. 





CATLETT W. THOMPSON. 

Founder and Owner of the People's Bank of Met- 
calfe Co., a I'rivate Bank, Edmonton, Ky. 



JOSEPH LEONARD 1IENDRIX. 

Fanner: Member of tue Baptist Church and has 

always been a Democrat; President Bank 

of Glencoe. Napoleon, Ky. 





II. R. LITTELL.* 
Lawyer: Former President City Bank; Former 

Auditor and Treasurer, Hopkinsville, Ky. 
Died 1894. 



S. N. LEONARD. 

Manufacturer and Banker; President Suwanee- 

Spoke and Lumber Co., Kuttawa. Ky. ; 

President Farmers' Bank, Eddy- 

villp, Ky. 



NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



139 



BANKERS. 





J. M. McCUTCIIEON. 

Banker anil Men-haul: I'lvsidrnt Hank of 
RusseHville, Rnssellville, Ky. 



JOHN W. CALDWELL. 

Lawyer; Col. Ninth Ky. Iiif., C, S. A.; Com- 
manded Orphans' liriyailc pan <( lMi:;-4-65; 
Jndf:r l,i>i::in Co., 1NW-T-I; Jli-inlivr Forty- 
fifth, Forty-sixth and Forty-seventh 
Congress from Third Ky. Dist. ; Pres 
Logan Co. Bank, Russellville, Ky. 





JOHN JI. WHITE. 

Farmer and Undertaker; President Farmers' De- 
posit Bank. Horse Cave, Ky. 



E. DICKEY. 
President People's Bank, Cave City, Ky. 



140 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OP KENTUCKY. 



BANKERS. 





J. BUFORD HENDRICK. 
President Deposit Bank. Frankfort, Ky. 



R. N. WATHEN. 

President Farmers' National I'.ank; Former State 
Senator and of Watlien. Mueller & Co., 
and Mueller. Wathen & Kobart, Dis- 
tillers, Lebanon, Ky. 





F. S ALLEN. 

President Exchange Bank; born in Sharpsburg, 

1850; has been Cashier and President of 

above bank since Jamiarr 1, 1868. 

Sharpsburg, Ky. 



I. \V. KELLY. B. S. 

Graduate Georgetown College: Farmer and Busi- 
ness Man; Theologian and Scholar; Author of 
t'ir Mathematical Key i.. the Scriptures; 
President Bank of New Castle, NV\v 
Castle, K.v. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY 



141 



BANKERS. 





J. B. POTTER. 

President P. J. Potter's Sons, Bankers, Bowling 
Green, Ky. 



W. A. SEARS. 

For tliit'T-foiir vears connected with the hanking 
IJMMM- known as W. A. Sears & Co.'s Pri- 
vate Bank. Nicholasville, Ky. 





.7 WHIT POTTER. 

Manager Potter-Mutloek & Co., Bankers; Presi- 
dent Southern Educational Building Co., 
Bowling Green, Ky. 



WILLIAM J. POTTER. 

Cashier P. J. Potter's Sons, Bankers, Bowling 
Green, Ky. 



142 



FETTEH'S MlTAHLE MEN OF KKXTUc'KY 



TRUST COMPANIES. 




JOHN ST1TF.S. 

President Fidelity Trust & Safety Vault Co., 
Louisville, Ky. 




JOHN W. BAKU, JR. 

Vice-President Fidelity Trust & Safety Vault Co., 
Louisville. Ky. 





JOHN T. MALOXE. 

Second Vice-President Fidelity Trust & Safety 
Vault Co., Louisville, Ky. 



J. C. MAIlnx. 

Secretary Fidelity Trust A: Safety Vault Co., 
Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



143 



TRUST COMPANIES. 





ATT1LLA COX. 

President Columbia Finance \- Trust Co.; Pres- 
ident Louisville, Henderson & St. Louis 
Ry. Co., Louisville. Ky. 



HENRY V. 'SANDERS. 

Treasurer Columbia Finance & Trust Co., Louis- 
ville, Ky. 




TREVOR II. WHAYNE. 

Superintendent Real Estate Department Fidelity 
Trust & Sat'etv Vault Co., Louis- 
ville, Ky. 




i.iTiinmv SMITH. 



Superintendent Real Esiate l'e|iurtiuent <'olumbia 
FinaiKe \- Trust Co., Louisville, Ky. 



144 



riOTTKK'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



TRUST COMPANIES, SAVING BANKS AND TITLE COMPANIES. 








HECTOR V. LOVING. 
President Louisville Trust Co., Louisville, 



Ky. 



EMBRY L. SYVEARINGEN. 

President Kentucky Title Co. and Kentucky Title 
Savings Bank, Louisville, Ky. 





J. D. POWERS. 

Tres. Nat. Trust Co., Louisville; Pres. First Nat. 

Bank. Owensboro; Late Pres. Ky. Bankers' 

Assn.: Member Executive Council Amer. 

Bankers' Assn.. Louisville, Ky. 



BETHEL B. VEECH. 

Vice-President National Trust Co., Louisville; 
Residence Jefferson County, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OK KENTUCKY. 



145 



LIFE INSURANCE. 





GEO. W. MORKIS. 

President Mutual Life Insurance Co. of Kentucky, 
Louisville, Ky. 



H. D. RODMAN. 

General Agent Northwestern Mutual Life Insur- 
ance Co. of Wisconsin, Louisville, Ky. 





JAMES B. STEEDMAN. M. D. 

Medical Director Mutual Life Insurance Co. of 

Kentucky, Louisville, Ky. 



CHARLES C. EARLY. 

Superintendent Kentucky Department Union Cen- 
tral Life Insurance Co. of Cincinnati, O., 
Louisville, Ky. 



146 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY.' 



FIRE INSURANCE. 





BRIG.-GEN. JOHN B. CASTLKM AN. 

Barbee & Castlemau, Insurann.' Managers; For- 

nirr Adj. Gen; Former Colonel First Ilegt. N. 

(i. of Ky. : Brig.-Gen. Spanish-American 

War, Louisville, Ky. 



r.UKCKlNKIDCK CASTLEMAN. 

Fire Insurance Manager. P.arbee & Castleman, 

Louisville, Ky. 





GEOEGE I,. DAM'uKTII. 
Of J. I-. DaufortU & Co.. General 
Agents, Louisville, Ky. 



Insurance 



JAM MS W. 1'OWELL. 

Fire Insurance Adjuster, with Royal Insurance 

Co., Bnrbee & Casili'inaii, Manaui'i-s; <'cil. cm 

staff of Gov. J C. \V. Berkliam: Meinlu-r 

Itoanl t>( Trailr. Lonisvilk-, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE. 





GKIFF1X I 1 . THEOBALD. 

Fire and Tornado Insnnmee A.ucnt; Veteran Mex- 

iran War; Major t 'onrederate Army, 

Louisville, Ky. 



ALFRED 1'IUTLE. 

Fire Insurance A sent: Veteran I'liion Army: 

Author of "Batvle of Tippec-aimi-." l.uis 

villo, Ky. 





THUS. C. T1MBERLAKE. 

Fire Insurance; Seorctary Salvage Corps, Louis 
ville, Kv. 



CHARLES W. DllRSEY. 

Maiiaiifi 1 for Kentucky & Teunessec. Tnited States 
Life Insurance Co., Louisville. Ky. 



148 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



LIFE INSURANCE 




IS1SCOE IIl.NDMAN. 

Gen. Agent Mnt. Life Ins. Co. of N. Y. for Ky. 

& Term.; Com. Gen. U. S. C. V., 1900-1901, 

Louisville, Ky. 







JOHN B. PIRTLE. 

si;ite Agent Travelers' Insurance Co., Louii 
ville. KJ-. 





FRANK L. McKEUNAN. 
Agent National Life Insurance Co. of 
Vermont, Louisville, Ky. 



II. 1'. REAGER. 

M;m;ii;er Ciurmania Ufe Insurance Co. of New 
York. Louisville. Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



149 



LIFE, SICK AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE. 





JOHN CALDWELL DAVIDSON. 
General Agent Aetna Life Insurance Co. of Hart- 
ford, Conn., Louisville, Ky. 



J. G. A. BUVI). 

Manager Dept. Eastern Ky. I'rucl. Ins. Co. f 

ArniT.; First Vice-Pres. I,..nis\ ill,- - 

oial Club, Louisville. Ky. 





C. S. DRAKE. 

Superintendent National Sick and Accident As- 
sociation. Louisville, Ky. 



\VILLETT C. TRAP.UE. 

Lawyer; General Agent for Cent. Kv. 1'i-nn 'Slut. 
Life Ins. Co. of I'liila.. 1'a., Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



150 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MKN OF KENTUCKY." 



CASUALTY, INDEMNITY AND GENERAL INSURANCE. 





CHARLES L. NELSON. 

Resident Manager Kentucky. Tennessee and Sou- 
thern Indiana of the Fidelity & Casualty 
Co. of New York, Louisville, Ky. 



WILLIS S. MULLEN. 

General Agent and Attorney in Fact, Fidelity & 
Deposit Co. of Maryland, Louisville, Ky. 





CLAUDE D. MOODY. 

General Agent American Credit Indemnity Co. of 
New York. Louisville and I'ewee Valley, Ky. 



T. LOGAN HOCKER. 
General Insurance and IJrokerage, Lexington, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OP KENTUCKY. 



151 



REAL ESTATE. 





HANCOCK TAYLOR. 

Re.il Estate Agent, Farms and Suburban Prop- 
erty a Specialty; Native of Jefferson Counfy, 
Ky.; Four years in Confederate Army, 
Louisville, Ky. 



JOHN A. STRATTON. 

John A. Stratton & Co., Real Estate Agents, 
Louisville, Ky. 





BRUCE IIOBLITZELL. 
Real Estate Broker, Louisville, Ky. 



ORLAND S. KLINE. 

Of O. S. Kline & Co., Real Estate and Financial 
Agents, Louisville, Ky. 



152 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE HEN OF KENTUCKY. 



REAL ESTATE. 





WALTER S. ADAMS. 

Real Estate and Financial Broker; projected 
large investment properties: financed tbe con- 
solidation of the brick companies known 
as tile Hydraulic Brick Co., Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



JUNIUS CALDWELL. 

Of Hardy Burton & Co., Real Estate Agents and 
Auctioneers, Louisville, Ky. 





CLARENCE II. GARDINER. 
Ural Estate Broker, Louisville, Ky. 



WILLIAM A. MEUIW10TIIER. 

Real Estate Broker: Soi-retar.v and Treasurer 

Highland 1'ark l.aud Co., Louisville. Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 1 



153 



REAL ESTATE. 





EDWARD F. METZ.NER. 
Krai Estate Broker, Louisville. 



Ky. 



ALEXIS F. STEBER. 

Of A. F. Steber & Co.. Real Estate and Loans, 
Louisville, Ky. 





CHARLES KAYANAUGH OLDHAM. 
Real Estate Broker: Promoter Chautauqua W"oil.s 
and Arlington Heights Additions. Lex- 
ington, Ky. 



WILLIAM A. BAKER. 

Of William A. Baker & Co., Real Estate Brokers 
and Loan Agents. Louisville. Ivy. 



154 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OP KENTUCKY.' 



REAL ESTATE. 





JAMES E. BELL. 

Pivsiilrnt Bell & Cosgeshall, Heal Estate Pro- 
moters, Louisville, Ky. 



JAMES M. BAINS. 

Real Estate Agent; Superintendent Lebanon 
Water Works Co. since 1893, Lebanon. Ky. 





W. U. K. La VIELLE. 

Secretary Louisville I'tililic Warehouse, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



\V. X. COX. 

President Louisville Public Warehouse, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN" OF KENTUCKY." 



165 



CIVIL, SANITARY AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS. 





CHARLES HERMANY. 

Civil Engineer; Chief Engineer and Superin- 
tendent Louisville Water Co., Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



W. B. GRAY. 

S:mi1:iry Kir_'imM'r; 
Author and Trade- .Inurnalist. 
Louisville, Ky. 





HARRY I. WOOD. 

Electrical Engineer and Contractor. I.miis- 
ville, Ky. 



JAMES CLARK. JR. 

ot' .I:i mcs rinrk. Jr.. & Co., Merchant and Manu- 
l;i< Hirer of Electrical Supplies and Machin- 
ery, Louisville, Ky. 



156 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



RAILROADS AND STEAMBOATS. 





T. J. MI NARY. 

President Louisville Railway Co., Louisville, Ky. 



BUSIIROD W. TAYLOR. 

Superintendent I'., ('.. c. & St. L. R. H., Louis- 
ville, Kv. 




GEORGE B. HARPER. 

General Superintendent Frankfort & Cincinnati 
Railway, Louisville, Ky. 




W. W. II1TE. 

President L. & E. Mail Co., L. A: J. Ferry CV 

and of W. W. Hite & Co.; Vice-President 

Louisville A: Cineinnati I'acket 

Co., Louisville. Kv. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY.' 



157 



STEAMBOATS. 





GEORGE II. WILSON. 

Superintendent Louisville & Evansville Mail Line, 
Louisville, Ky. 



CHARLES V. WILLIAMS. 

General Krrijrlit Agent Louisville & Kvansville 
Mail Liue, Louisville, Ky. 





CAPT. FRANCIS M. RYAN. 
Master Steamer "Morning Star," Louisville 
Evansville Mail Line, Louisville, Ky. 



CAPT. R. H. BALLARD. 

Master Louisville & Evansville Mail Line, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



158 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



STEAMBOATS. 





CHARLES C. FULLER. 

Master Louisville & Cincinnati Packet Co.: Mem- 
ber Board of Trade and Commercial 
Clnb, Louisville, Ivy. 



CAPT. JOHN BKICNNEN. 

Master "City of Louisville" and Louisville & 

Evansville Packet Co.: Knight Templar. 

Covington, Ky. 





CAl'T. FREDERICK ZOLL. 

Master Louisville & Evansville Mail Line, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



JEFFERSON THOMAS. 

Pilot "City of t'inHimali." Louisville A; Ciii 
uati P.-ic-kft Co.; Former United States 
Hull Inspector Steam Vessels, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



FKTTKK'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



159 



ARCHITECTS. 





WILLIAM J. DODD. 
or I>cnhl & Col>li. Architects, Louisville, Ky. 



ARTHUR COliB. 
Of Dodd & LVilili. Architects. I.diiisville, Ky. 





II EN It Y WOLTEKS. 
Architect, Louisville, Ky. 



JOHN BACON IIVTCIIINOS. 
Architect, Louisville, Ky. 



160 



I< ETTEK S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS. 





JACOB F. MEKIWETllER. 

Contractor :ind Builder, Louisville. Kv. 



(3USTAV N. LORTZ. 
Contractor and Builder. Louisville, Ky. 





EDWAIID D. FITCHNBR. 
Of John Fitcliner & Son, Builders, Louisville, Ky. 



J. W. COXXOR. 

I'.iiildi'r and Contractor. Louisville, Ky. 



FETTEH'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



161 



PHOTO-ENGRAVERS, ELECTROTYPERS AND INVENTORS. 





FRANK P. BUSH. 

Secretary and Treasurer Heybach-Bush Co.. 

Photo-Engravers; Makers of Halt' Tones 

in this book; Member of Board of 

Trade, Louisville. Ky. 



THOS. D. BAKE. 

Superintendent Ileybacli-P.risli To., Photo-Engrav- 
ers; Makers of Half Tones in this book; 
Louisville, Ky. 





J. KIRK EOWELL. 

Photo-Engraver; Eiectrotypcr; Printers' Material. 
Louisville, Ky. 



WILLIAM G. KAU. 
Inventor and Manufneturer, Louisville, Ky. 



162 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OB" KENTUCKY." 



DECORATORS, WALL PAPER, PAINTERS' SUPPLIES. 





CHARLES M. SN'YDEH. 

President and Manager Louisville Interior Decor- 
ating Co., Inc., Importers, Jobbers and 
Retailers of Wall Papers. Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



ARTHUR B. COOK. 

Treasurer Louisville Interior Decorating Co., Inc., 

Importers. Jobbers and Retailers of Wall 

Papers, Louisville, Ky. 





WILLIAM B. PELL. 

Of W. B. Pell & Bro., Contracting Painters, 

Decorators and Hardwood Finishers, 

Louisville, Ky. 



EDWARD !I. MARCUS. 
Window Olass and Painters' Supplies, 
ville, Kv. 



Louis- 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 1 



163 



CAR BUILDER, CONTRACTORS, PLASTERER, PLUMBERS. 





J. II. SANAMAN. 
Car Builder and Contractor, Louisville, Ky. 



WILLIAM P. BANNON. 

Contracting Plasterer and Proprietor Standard 
Wall Mortar Co., Louisville, Ky. 





SIMON SHULHAFER. 

Plumber and Sanitary Engineer; Member B. P. 
O. Elks. Louisville, Ky. 



BENJAMIN B. WATTS. 
Master Plumber. Louisville. Ky. 



164 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 1 



MANUFACTURERS. 

STOVES, GRATES, ETC. 





JAMES S. LITI-IUOW.* 

Mayor of Louisville IS<; President Lithgow Man- 
ufacturing Co., Stove Manufacturers,, 

Louisville, Ky. 
Died February 21. 1902. 



GKUKGE F. DOWNS. 

llrtiivd Ma'iiifarturer and Merchant, late of firm 

of Marl; & Downs: in eighty -ninth year, 

Louisville, Ky. 





CHARLES C. PFEIFER. 

President of the Fischer-Leaf Co.. Manufacturers 
of Grates and Stoves, Louisville, Ky. 



P. GALT M1LLEK. 

President Bridgeford & Co., Stove Foundry, etc., 
Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



165 



MANUFACTURERS. 

PLOWS, CEMENT, ELEVATORS. 





JAMKS KllWAKl) IIAHUY. 

Vice President Rrinly Hardy Co., Plow Manu- 
facturers; Chairman Ky. State Exec. Com. 
Y. M. C. A. from organization to present 
time, Louisville, Ky. 



JOHN L. WHEAT. 

Sec. and Tieas. T T uion Cement & Lime Co. and 

Utlca Lime Co.; Vlce-Pres. Masonic Widows' 

and Orpbaus' Home; Ky. State Y. M. C. A. 

Organization; Pres. Lou. and Vicinity 

Bible Soc.; East. Cemetery Co., 

Louisville, Ky. 





ABRAHAM G. MUNN. 

President Southwestern Agricultural Works, Louis- 
ville. Ky. 



WILLIAM E. KOOP. 

President of the Geiger, Fiske & Koop Co., Ele- 
vator Manufacturers, Louisville, Ky. 



166 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY.' 



MANUFACTURERS. 





GEORGE C. AVERY. 

President B. F. Avery & Sons, Plow Manufact- 
urers. Lonisvlllp, Ky. 



CHARLES F. HUHLEIN. 

General Manager B. F. Avery & Sons, Plow Man- 
ufacturers, Louisville, Ky. 





THOMAS E. C. BRINLY. 

President Brinly-IInrdy Co., Plow Manufacturers, 
Louisville. Ky. 



JOHN L. BRINLY. 

Superintendent Brinly-Hardy Co.. Plow Manu- 
facturers, Lonlsvllle, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 1 



167 



MANUFACTURERS. 

IRON, NAILS, WIRE. 





JNO. J. SLATTERY. 

President The Todd-Donigan Iron Co., Louis- 
ville. Ivy. 



JOHN COCHRAN. 

Secretary and Treasurer The Todd-Douigan Iron 
Co., Louisville, Ky. 



IRON PIPE, BATH TUBS, BRASS. 





GEORGE J. LONG. 

Resident Manager Louisville Branch United States 
Cast Iron Pipe & Foundry Co., Louisville, Ky. 



THEODORE AHRENS, SR. 

Founder Ahrens & Ott Manufacturing Co., Bath 

Tubs, Brass Goods, Plumbers' Supplies, 

etc., Louisville, Ky. 



168 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



MANUFACTURERS. 

IRON, STEEL, PIG IRON. 





ANDREW G. WHITLEY. 

President Fultou, Conway & Co., Iron, Steel, 

Heavy Hardware, Blacksmith and Carriage 

Material and Tools; Manufacturers Wagon 

Wood Work, Louisville, Ky. 



KICIIARH T.AYLOR IIICKJIAN. 

uf Ilirkmaii. Williams & Co., Merchants and 

Manufacturers of Pig Iron, Chicago, St. 

Louis, Louisville, Ky. 





WILLIS P. DAVIS. 

Davis, Kelly & Co., Manufacturers Pig Iron and 
Steel, Louisville, Ky. 



ROBERT M. KELLY, JR. 

Davis. Kelly & Co., Manufacturers Pig Iron and 
Steel, Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



169 



MANUFACTURERS. 

HENRY VOGT MACHINE CO 





1IKNUY YOGT. 

President Henry Vogt Machine Co., Mannfnrtmvrs 

of Jce Machines, Boilers, etc.: Knight Templar 

and Scottish Rite Mason, Louisville. Ky. 



ADAM VOGT. 

Secretary and Treasurer Henry Vogt Machine Co., 

Manufacturers of Ice Machines, Boilers, etc., 

Knight Templar and Scottish Rite Mason. 

Louisville, Ky. 



AMERICAN MACHINE CO. 





JOHN G. DAEUBLE. 
President American Macbine Co., Louisville, Ky. 



F. WM. DAEUBLE. 

Secretary and Treasurer American Machine Co., 
Louisville, Ky. 



170 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



MANUFACTURERS. 

IRON FOUNDER, SAWS, WHEELS. MACHINES. 





ROGER D. WILLIAMS. 

Iron Founder; Colonel Commanding Second Regi- 
ment Kentucky In fan try, Lexington. Ky. 



LOGAN L. MATHER. 

Manager Henry Disston & Sons, Saw Manu- 
facturers, Louisville, Ky. 





L. J. WARDEN. 

Secretary Brown-Colburn Machine Co., Bowling 
Green, Ky. 



JOSEPH S. COLEMAN. 
Manager Royer Wheel Co., Lebanon, 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



171 



MANUFACTURERS. 





PRESLEY H. TAPP. 

President Tapp, Leathers & Co., Clothing Manu- 
facturers; native of Alabama; began busi- 
ness 1857, Louisville, Ky. 



JAS. M. S. BEAVERS. 

Superintendent Tapp, Leathers & Co., Clothing 
Manufacturers, Louisville, Ky. 





MARK R. IIARNED. 

Senior Member Harned Bros., General Merchants, 

Caneyville, Ky. ; President Louisville 

Clothing Co., Louisville, Ky. 



FRANK ,T. HEALINE. 

Superintendent Van B. Nelson Clothing Co., 
Louisville, Ky. 



172 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY.' 



MANUFACTURERS. 

JEANS CLOTHING, WOOLEN. 





ANTHONY V. THOMSON. 

President Kentucky Jeans Clothing Co., Louis- 
ville. Ky. 



CHARLES MENDEL. 

Vice-President Kentucky Jeans Clothing Co., 
Louisville, Ky. 





HARD1N WILSON. 

Secretary and Treasurer Kentucky Jeans Clothing 
Co.. Louisville, Ky. 



ROLAND L. WHITNEY. 

Secretary and Treasurer Falls City Jeans & 
Woolen Mills Co.. Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 1 



173 



MANUFACTURERS. 




WILLIAM C. NONES. 

President Kentucky AViiirmi Manufacturing Co., 
Louisville, Ky. 




SETH M. NONES. 

SnTi'tary Krnturkv WiiL'oii Manufacturing Co., 
Louisville, Ky. 





FUEL!. O. NUETZEL. 

Manager Ruby Carriage Co.; Treasurer Lieder- 

kranz Society: Exalted Ruler 15. P. O. Elks; 

Member Willis Stewart Lodge 224 F. A. M , 

Louisville, Ky. 



THOMAS II. KUBEL. 

Carriage Manufacturer; Former Member Board 
of Aldermen, Louisville, Ky. 



174 



I'MCTTKK S ".NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



MANUFACTURERS. 

SADDLERY, HOUSE FURNISHINGS. 





JOHN J. HARBISON. 

President Harbison & Gatbright, Inc., Merchants 

and Mamifac.-tiirers of Saddlery, etc., 

Louisville, Ky. 



JOSTAH B. GATHRIGMT. 

Vice-President Harbison & Gathright, Inc., Mer- 
chants rind Manufacturers of Saddlery, etc.. 
Louisville, Ky. 





OWEN GATHRIGHT. 

Second Vice-Pres. and Treas. Harbison & Gatb- 
right Co.. Inc.; Pres. Lou. Y. M. C. A.; Ky. 
Mem. Int. Tom. Y. M. C. A.; Mem. and Ex. 
Dir. Board of Trade: Mem. and Ex. -Pres. 
Commercial Club; Ex-Pres. Wbol. 
Sad. Assn. U. S. A.: Treas. Lou. 
Cbarity Assn., Louisville, Ky. 



HENRY TEKSTEGGE. 

i if Stratton A: Terstegge. Manufacturers of House 

Furnishings; and of Terstegge, Gohmann & 

Co.. New Albany, Ind., Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY 



175 



MANUFACTURERS. 





I'ilAULES ('. MENGEL, JR. 

Former Colonel First Uegt. N. G. of Ky.; Presi- 
dent Mongol Dos Co. and of C. C. Mengel, Jr., 
& Bro. Co., Lumber and Saw Mill; Presi- 
dent Board of Trade, 1S9S-99, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



CI.AIIKNCK It. MENGEL. 

Secretary and Treasurer C. C. Mengel, Jr., & Bro. 

Co. Lumber, Saw and I'lauini: Mills: Mem- 

licr P.oard of Trade, Louisville. Ky. 





PHILIP SENGEL. 

Proprietor Oaiulirinus Cooperage Works, 
Casks. Tanks, etc.. Louisville, Ky. 



Chip 



MICHAEL J. MEEIIAN. 

President The Bergen & Meehan Co.. Whisky 

Staves and Heading and Cooperage for 

Export. Louisville, Ky. 



176 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY.' 



MANUFACTURERS. 





CHARLES C. VOGT. 

Kc-iiilent Manager John Finzer Branch Continent".! 
Tobacco Co., Louisville, Ky. 



KT'DOLI'II F. VOGT. 

President of Hummel & Vogt Co.. Cigar Manu- 
facturers, Louisville, Ky. 





HENRY STRATKK. 

President Strater Brothers Toliacco Cn. : Strater 
Bros., Grain, Louisville. Ky. 



WILLIAM E. STKATER. 

Secretary and Treasurer Strater Brothers To- 
bacco Co., Louisville. Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



177 



MANUFACTURERS. 



CIGARS, STORE FIXTURES 





J. A. LANCASTER. 

Of firm of J. A. Lancaster & Co., Cigar Manu- 
facturers, Louisville, Ky. 



ROBERT MANSFELD. 

Of R. MansiVld & Soil. Manufacturers of Bank, 
Office and Store Fixtures, Louisville, Ky. 



GAS MACHINES, BROOMS. MATTRESSES. 





LIYAIAN UFFUTT. 

Manufacturer of Acetylene Gas Machines, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



THOMAS C. CAUMMISAR. 

Manufacturer of Brooms, Excelsior, Staves, Split 
Baskets, Mattresses, etc., Louisville, Ky. 



178 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY.' 



MANUFACTURERS. 

CHEWING GUM, CANDY, PICKLES, PRESERVES. 




THOMAS L. JEFFERSON. 

Manager American Chicle Co.; Kis-Me Gum Fac- 
tory; Dir. Sou. Nat. Bank; Nat. Trust Co.; 
Pres. Masonic Widows' and Orphans' 
Home, Louisville, Ky. 




FRANK A. MENNE. 

President Frank A. Menne Candy Co., Louis- 
ville, Ky. 





WALLACE G. MILLER. 

Secretary and Treasurer Hvman Pickle Co., Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



EDWARiJ L. GOODWIN. 

Proprietor Goodwin Preserving Co., Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



179 



MANUFACTURERS. 

CAR COMPANY, MILL COMPANY. 





JACOB L. SMYSER. 

President Ohio Falls Car Manufacturing Co., 
Louisville, Ky. 



FREDERICK W. ItARDWICK. 

Secretary and Treasurer W. T. Pyue Mill & Sui> 

ply Co. Louisville, Ky. 



REFINERY. SOAP, OIL. 





EDWIN H. FERGUSON. 

President Kentucky Refining Co. and Louisville 
Soap Co., Louisville, Ky. 



JAMES W. RUGGLES. 

Born and raised iu Lewis Co., Ky. ; attended Ky. 

Wesleyan College; taught in Public Schools 

lS90-iS96; Candidate County School Supt. 

in 1S97; representing Standard Oil Co., 

Vanceburg, Ky. 



180 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 1 



MANUFACTURERS. 



MONUMENTS. ARTIFICIAL STONE. DYNAMITE. 





MICHAEL MULDOON. 
Mtildoon Monument Co., Louisville, Ky. 



JAMES S. CLARK. 

President J. S, Clark Monument Co., Louis- 
ville, Kr. 





ALBERT S. KOBEUTSON. 

President Falls City Artificial Stone Co., stone 

work in all its branches, owners of Palmers' 

Concrete Building P>Iock. Louisville, Ky. 



ALEX. L. SEMPLE. 

Of firm Alex. L. Semple & Co., Dynamite Ex- 
plosives. Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



181 



MANUFACTURERS. 



COTTON. OX BREECHES, TANNERS. 





ED. W. CHAMBERLAIN. 

Treasurer Indiana Cotton Mills (Cannelton, Ind.), 
Louisville, Ky. 



(JICOUGE G. SUMMERS. 

Secretary and Treasurer Ox Breeches Manufact- 
uring Co., Louisville, Ky. 





THEOPHILE CONRAD. 
President Conrad Tanning Co. Louisville, Ky. 



JOHN F. C. HEGEWALD. 
Secretary Conrad Tanning Co. Louisville, Ky. 



182 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



MANUFACTURERS. 



THE J. W. ZARING GRAIN AND MILL COMPANY 





J. W. ZAK1NG. 

President J. W. Zaring Grain & Mill Co., Rich- 
mond, Ky. 



ALLEN H. ZARING. 

Secretary and Treasurer J. W. Zaring Grain & 
Mill Co.. Richmond, Ky. 



ICE, LIGHT. POWER. 





T. M. ESTES. 

President Lebanon Light. Ice & Power Co., and 

breeder of standard bred trotting horses, 

Lebanon, Ky. 



MATHIAS POSCH1NGER. 

President New Albany Ice Co.; Proprietor Louis- 
ville Ice Co., Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY.' 



183 



MANUFACTURERS, MERCHANTS. 

MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS. VARNISHES. 





ROBERT ARTHUR PETER. 

Of R. A. Peter & Co., Proprietary Medicines, 

Louisville, Ky. 



STUART MCDOWELL. 

President Bridges-McDowell Co.; Secretary Ohio 
Falls Varnish Co., Louisville, Ky. 





HENRY S. RAMEY. 

President Lampton, Crane & Ramey Co.; Vice- 
President Sterling Paint & Color Co., Louis- 
ville. Ky. 



WILLIAM F. CRANE. 

President Sterling Paint & Color Co.; Vice-Pres- 
Ident Lampton, Crane & Ramey Co., Louis- 
ville. Ky. 



184 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



MERCHANTS. 



JEWELRY. DIAMOND SETTER, SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS 





WM. C. KENDRICK. 

Senior Member Wm. Kendrick's Sons, the lead- 
ing jewelers, established 1832, Louis- 
ville, KJ-. 



GEORGE I 1 . KENDRICK. 

Junior Member Win. Keudriok's Sons, the lead- 
ing jewelers, established 1832, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 





WILLIAM G. BUSCHMEYER. 

Manufacturing Jeweler and Diamond Setter, 

LouisTille, Ky. 



BROOKS DENHARD. 

Manager W. T. Berry Surgical Instrument Co., 
Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY.' 



185 



MERCHANTS. 



DRV GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES 





CHAKLES BONNYCASTLE KOBINSON. 
President Robinson -Hughes Co., Dry Goods, Com- 
mission; President Beargrass Woolen Mills; 
Director Ohio Falls Dye Works; Trustee 
and Treasurer Town of Anchorage, Ky. 



WILLIAM MEADE ROBINSON. 

Vice-President Robinson-Hughes, Dry Goods Com 

mission; Vice President Beargrass Woolen 

Mills; President Alimentol Co.; Director 

Ohio Falls Dye Works. Louisville, Ky. 





JOHN C. HUGHES. 

Sec. and Treas. Kolmisou-Hugues Co. and Bear- 
yruss Woolen Mills: Director Ky. Wagon 
Works Am. Nat. Bauk, Ohio Falls Dye 
Works and Board of Trade, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



MANUEL J. STRENG. 

Of Streng & Thalheinier, Wholesale Boots and 
Shoes. Louisville. Ky. 



186 



;F ETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



MERCHANTS. 



J. M. ROBINSON-NORTON I CO.. DRY GOODS. 





GEORGE C. NORTON. 

J. M. Robinson, Norton & Co., Wholesale Dry 
Goods, Louisville, Ky. 



GARLAND H. MOURNING. 

J. M. Robinson, Norton & Co., Wholesale Dry 
Goods, Louisville, Ky. 





DOUGLAS BARCLAY. 

J. M. Robinson, Norton & Co., Wholesale Dry 
Goods, Louisville, Ky. 



ALVAH H. TERRY. 

J. M. Robinson, Norton & Co., Manager Notion 
Department, Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



187 



MERCHANTS. 

J. M. ROBINSON-NOHTON & CO. ---JOHN C. LEWIS CO.. DRY GOODS. 





WILLIAM H. MOURNING. 

J. M. RoblDson, Norton & Co., Wholesale Dry 
Goods; Member Commercial Club, B. P. O. 
Elks No. a, Board of Trade, Royal Ar- 
canum. T. P. A., etc., Louisville, Ky. 



CHARLES B. NORTON. 

J. M. Robinson. Norton & Co., Wholesale Dry 
Goods; Director Board of Trade; President 
Commercial Club; Member Royal Arcanum, 
B. P. O. Elks No. 8, T. P. A., etc., Louis- 
ville, Ky. 





ALEXANDER G. ROBINSON. 

J. M. Robinson, Norton & Co., Wholesale Dry 

Goods; Member Commercial Club, Board of 

Trade, B. P. O. Elks No. 8, K. A. E. O., 

etc., Louisville, Ky. 



JOHN C. LEWIS. 

President John C. Lewis Co., Dry Goods, etc., 
Department Store, Louisville, Ky. 



188 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



MERCHANTS. 




JOHN A. CARTER.' 

Founder of the Carter Dry Goods Co., Louis- 
ville, Ky. 
Died March 16, 1891. 




JOSEPH 



BETHEL. 



President Carter Dry Goods Co.; Capt. Co. . 

Fourth Ky. Inf. (Orphans' Brigade), C. S. A., 

Louisville, Ky. 





HARRY DUMESNIL. 
Treasurer Carter Dry Goods Co., Louisville, Ky. 



EDWARD ROWLAND. 

Vice-President Carter Dry Goods, Co.; born in 

Mobile, Ala.: came to Louisville in 1869, 

Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF 1 KENTUCKY.' 



189 



MERCHANTS. 

CARTER DRV GOODS COMPANY 





WILLIAM II. BRADBURY. 

Secretary Carter Dry Goods Co. ; born in New 

York; came to Louisville in 1S79: in present 

business since 1SSO, Louisville, Ky. 



EDWARD I!. CLARK. 
Second Vice-President Carter Dry 
Louisville. Ky. 



Goods Co., 



MILLINERY CARPETS, ETC 





WILLIAM H. MCKNIGHT. 

Senior Member of W. II. McKnigut Sous & Co., 

Carpets, Oil Cloth, etc.; Member Board of 

Trade; President New Gait House; Member 

Board of Directors Polytechnic Society, 

Louisville, Ky. 



Of David 



WILLIAM J. 

Baird & Son, 

Louisville, 



BAIRD. 

Wholesale 

Ky. 



Millinery, 



190 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 




G. E. WISEMAN. 

Welsh & Wiseman Co., Merchants, Dry Goods. 
Carpets, etc., Danville, Ky. 



A. B. ROBERTSON. 

Of A. B. Robertson & Bro., Merchants, Dry 
Goods, etc., Danville. Ky. 





GEORGE CROSS. 

The Original George Cross; Umbrellas, Parasols, 

Gloves and Corsets; the pioneer umbrella 

store of Louisville, Ky. 



GEORGE E. CROSS. 

Umbrellas, Parasols, Gloves, Corsets, Fans, etc., 
Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



191 



MERCHANTS. 



WHOLESALE FLOUR, SALT, CEMENT, LIME. 




HENRY T. JEFFERSON. 

Of tbe firm of Jefferson & Co., Wholesale Flour. 
Salt, etc.; Grand Commander Knights Tem- 
plar of Kentucky, Louisville, Ky. 




JAMES B. SPEED. 

J B Speed & Co., Salt, cement, Lime, etc., 
Louisville, Ky. 



HATS, SHOES. 





\V. J. ABRAM. 
President Swaun-Abram Hat Co., Louisville, Ky. 



A. J. CALDWELL. 
Shoe Merchant, Danville, Ky. 



192 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 
MERCHANTS. 

R A. ROBINSON'S SONS. 





RICHARD ALEXANDER ROBINSON, SR. S 
Born Oct. 23, 1S17; Founder Robinson-PetteJ Co. 
1S42; Founder Robinson Bros. & Co., 1878; 1'res. 
1872-1S97. Union Cement & Lime Co. ; First 
Pres., 1S72-1S97, Louisville Woolen Mills; Louis- 
ville Board of Trade, First Honorary Life 
.Member, 18S1; Director Louisville & Nashville 
Railroad Co., 1865 and 1868-72; one of original 
Projectors and Directors of Elizabethtown & 
Padueah Railroad Co.; Director Louisville 
Bridge Co., 1867 to 1S71, Louisville, Ky. 
*Died December 9. 1897. 



WILLIAM ALEXANDER ROBINSON. 
Director Robinson-Pettet Co.; Pres., 1891-2, Nat. 
Wholesale Druggists' Assn.; Pres. Union Ce- 
ment & Lime Co. ; Director R. A. Robinson's 
Sons; Director Louisville Cotton Mills Co., 
First Pres. 1SSS-1890; Director Louisville Woolen 
Mills; Director Board of Trade, First Vice- 
Pres. 1881-4; Chairman Exec. Com.. 1882-4; Hon- 
orary Life Member, 1898, Louisville Commer- 
cial Club, Louisville, Ky. 





WORTIHNGTON ROBlNboN. 

Dhv, 'tor Robinson-Pel tec Co., \\holesale Drug- 
gists; Director R. A. Robinson's Sons, 
Louisville, Ky. 



CHARLES P. ROBINSON. 

President Robinson Bros. Co., Wholesale Hard- 
ware, Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



193 



MERCHANTS. 

R. A. ROBINSON'S SONS 





R. A. ROBINSON. 

President Robinson Bros. Co.. Wholesale 
Hardware; President R. A. Robinson's 
Sons, Louisville, Ky. 



GEORGE A. ROBINSON. 
General Manager Louisville Woolen Mills 



; Vice- 
First 



C11C1 tl .11 II 11 u^ ._ -. ..- 

President R. A. Robinson's Sous; the 

President of Louisville Commercial Club; 

the First I-Ionarary Life Member of 

Commercial Club, Louisville, Ky. 





ARCH. M. ROBINSON. 

Secretary and Treasurer Louisville Woolen Mills, 
Louisville, Ky. 



A. LEE ROBINSON. 

Vice-I'resideut Robinson-Pettet Co.; Secretary R. 
A. Robinson's Sons, Inc.: Director Louis- 
ville Board of Trade, Louisville, Ky. 



194 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OP KENTUCKY. 



MERCHANTS. 

WHOLESALE DRUGS. 




CHARLES II. I'BTTET. 

President Robiuson-Pettet Co.. Wuolesade Drugs. 
Louisville, Ky. 




ORLANDO C. RICHARDSON. 
Secretary Neat-Richardson Drug Co.; Former 
Judge Meade County Court; Master Degree 
M:isnu; Member Filson Club, Louis- 
ville, Kj. 



CLOTHING FURNISHING GOODS. 





HEX It Y LEVY. 

Levy Bros.. Clothing. Mats. Shoes and Furnish- 
ing Goods, Louisville, Ky. 



S. C. 1IEDDEN. 

Clothing; President Commercial Club. Shelby- 
ville. Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 1 



195 



MERCHANTS. 

GRAIN---ELEVATOR---COA 





Of 



CHARLES G. STRATER. 
Strater Bros., Grain, Louisville, 



FRANK C. D1CKSON. 

Vice-President Ki-nturkv I'ublio Grain Elevator 
Co., Louisville. Ky. 





WILLIAM II. SLAUGHTER, JR. 

Miner and Shipper of Coal and Coke; Wholesale 

and Retail Dealer in Coal. Louisville. Ky. 



CHARLES L. CRUSH. 
Manager Paciflc Coal Co., Louisville, Ky. 



196 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OP KENTUCKY. 1 



MERCHANTS. 

WHOLESALE FURN1TURE---LUMBER. 





JOHN BENNETT. 
Wholesale Furniture, Louisville, Ky. 



D1LLER BENNETT. 

Wholesale Furniture; the youngest wholesale 
merchant in Louisville, Ky. 





CALVIN F. THOMAS. 
Lumber Contractor and Builder, Louisville, K.v. 



HE.NKV KOKl-ILEE. 

Of Firm of Henry Koeuler & Co.. Lumber, Doors, 
Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



197 



MERCHANTS. 



LUMBEH---ICE. 





HUGHES MOORE. 
Wholesale Lumber, Louisville, Ky. 



JOHN EOHBMAN. 

Ice Dealer; Member of Masonic, Odd Fellows and 
Red Meu Orders and B. P. O. Ellis, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



DVEH AND CLENER---TO\WEL SUPPLY. 





HENRY A. J. PULS. 
Dyer and Cleaner, Louisville, Ky. 



F. W. SCHOPPBNHORST. 

Manager Louisville Towel Supply Co., Louis- 
ville. Ky. 



198 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 1 



MERCHANT TAILORS. 





GEORGE KIUTSCHNER. 

Of Firm of George Fritschuer & Co., Merchant 
Tailors, Louisville, Ky. 



MARTIN J. WINN. 
Maker of Gentlemen's Garments, Louisville, Ky. 





EDWARD A. GUILFOYLE. 

Of Firm of Gnllfoyle & Simons, Merchant Tailors, 

Manufacturers of High Grade Uniforms, 

Louisville, Ky. 



HENRY SCHOENING, JR. 
Tailors' Trimmings, Louisville. Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY.' 



199 



MUSIC CO. -THEATER MANAGERS. 





ANTONIO C. MONTENEGKO. 
President Montenegro-Riehui Music Co., Louis- 
ville. Ky. 



JOHN L. RIE1LM. 

Secretary and Treasurer Montenegro-Riehm Music 
Co., Louisville, Ky. 





WILLIAM H. MEFFERT. 
Theater Proprietor and Manager, Louisville, Ky. 



JOHN H. WIIALLEN. 
Theater Proprietor and Manager, Louisville, Ky. 



200 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



HOTELS. 





A. R. COOPER. 

Secretary, Treasurer and Manager Gait House, the 
famous hostelry of the South, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



GEORGE E. MULLIGAN. 

Manager Louisville Hotel; Member Commercial 
Club, Louisville, Ky. 





W. SCOTT MILLER. 

Manager TVIllard Hotel; 25 years In hotel busi- 
ness, beginning at Mammoth Cave, December 
3, 1875; took charge of Willard Hotel Septem- 
ber, 1S92. Louisville, Ky. 



DAVID B. MULLIGAN. 

Associate Manager Louisville Hotel, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY.' 



201 



HOTELS. 





CHARLES SEELBACH. 

Vice-President and Manager Phoeulx Hotel, 
Lexington, Ky. 



LOUIS SEELBACH. 

Proprietor Seelbach Hotel; Member Board of 
Trade and Commercial Club; Vice-President 
Board of Park Commissioners, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 





OTTO SEELBACH. 

-Manager Seelbach Hotel; Member Board of Trade 
and B. P. O. Elks No. 8, Louisville, Ky. 



JULIUS C. SEELBACH. 
Clerk Seelbacu Hotel, Louisville, Ky. 



202 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OE,. KENTUCKY. 



HOTELS. 



FIFTH AVENUE LELAN D---VICTOR I A NOR R IS. 




PIKE CAMPBELL. 

Proprietor Fiftli Avenue Hotel; Formerly of Cur- 
tin & Campbell, Designers and Builders of 
the Columbia and John C. Lewis Buildings, 
Louisville, Ky. 




JOHN SKAIN. 

Proprietor Lel.iiid Hotel: Ex-President City Coun- 
cil; Commissioner Kjstrni Kentucky Asylum 
for the Insane, Lexington, Ky. 





HARRY MILLER. 
Proprietor Victoria Hotel, Louisville, Ky. 



S. A. HARDEST!*. 

Of S. A. Hardest}- & Bro.. Proprietors Norris 
House, the leading Ji'.OO hotel in -Lebanon, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



203 



BAKERY. 





ISAAC F. WII1TES1DES. 

Former Mayor of Jeffersouville. lud.; Proprietor 
\Vliitesides' BnUery, Louisville, Ky. 



\V. S. WH1TESIDES. 

Superintendent Whitesiiles' r.akery, Louls- 
ville, Ky. 



BAKERY AND RESTAURANT. 





FRANK ERPELUINGER. 

Secretary and Treasurer Vienna Bakery & Res- 
taurant Co., Louisville, Ky. 



JULIUS MUENCH. 

Proprietor Miiench's Bakery & Restaurant; Inner 
Guard No. 8 Elks; . Chancellor Commander 
Mystic Lodge K. of I'.; Member Com- 
mercial Club, Louisville. Ky. 



204 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



CONFECTIONERY, CATERER, RESTAURANT, ICE CREAM. 





JOHN W. KLEIN. 

Proprietor Klein Son, Confectioners, Caterers 
and Ladies' Restaurant, Louisville, Ky. 



ANTON BUSATH. 

Confectioner, manufactures only the very 
confections, Louisville, Ky. 



best 





GEO. W. CDSCADEN. 

Proprietor Cuscaden's Wholesale Ice Cream 

Works (factories Louisville, Cinriniiatl and 

Indianapolis); Member B. P. O. Elks No. 

8. Knights of Honor; Knights and Ladies 

of Honor and Knights and Ladies of 

Security. Louisville, Ky. 



THOMAS J. WATHEN. 

Ice Cream and Water Iocs, Wholesale and Retail, 
Louisville, Ky. 



BETTER S "NOTABLE MEN OP KENTUCKY. 



205 



DISTILLERS. 





M. US ION E. TAYLOR. 

Pres. Lou. Iloanl oi" Trailo I!iu1-^; TITS. Lou. Music 

Festival Assn. Hiiil-^'; Senior Member Wright 

& Taylor, Distillers, Louisville, Ky. 



J. \V. McCDLLOCH. 

Distiller, Owonsboro, Ky. 





SAMUEL GRADFELDER. 
Distiller, Louisville, Kv. 



1 1 HUMAN VOLKERDING. 

President Jno. T. Barbee & Co., Distillers. Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



206 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



DISTILLERS. 





HANS MUELLER. 

Of Finn Mueller. Watlien A.- Knlirrt, Distillers, 
Lebanon, Ky. 



CHARLES KOHKKT. 

Of Firm Mueller, AVathen & Kohert, Distillers, 
Lebanon, Ky. 





J. A. WATIIEN. 

Supervisor Fermentory Department Kentucky 
I>istilleries & Warehouse Co., Louisville, Ky. 



J. n. WATHEX, JR. 

Of Firm cif R. !;. W:ithcn A: I'o., Distillers. 
Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



207 



DISTILLERS. 





HENRY A. TMIBRMAN.* 

President II. A. Thin-man Co., Distillers, Louis- 
ville. Ky. 
Died February 15. 1901. 



WILLIAM RUEDEMAN. 

J'resiili-ni \l.i\il..\\rr Distillery Co.; Member 

ISo-inl Hi' Trade, I'MMMMITI'IMI riuli. Masonic 

Order, etc.. Louisville, Ky. 





ROBERT P. BONNIE. 
Of Bonnie Bros., Distillers, Louisville, Ky. 



WILLIAM O. BONNIE. 
Of Bonnie Bros., Distillers, Louisville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



DISTILLERS. 



J. T. S. BROWN 4 SONS. 




DAVIS EKOWN. 
J. T. S. BROWN. JU. 



J. T. S. BROWN, SR. 



CREEL BROWN. 
HEWETT BROWN. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 1 



209 



DISTILLERS. 





BERNARD BERNHEIM. 
Of Bernbeim Bros., Distillers, Louisville, Ky. 



D. H. RUSSELL. 

y and Treasurer "Old Times" Distillery 
Distrilmting Co., Louisville, Ky. 





JOHN W. SLACK. 

I'rusideut John W. Slack Co., Distillers, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



NATHAN M. URL 

Sole Member Finn N. M. Uri & Co., Distillers; 

TUirt.v-sri-oml Degree Scottish Rites; St. 

George Lodge F. A. M.; Commercial Club; 

Knights of Honor, Louisville, Ky. 



210 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OP KENTUCKY." 



DISTILLER AND WHOLESALE LIQUORS 





IIILMAR EHRMANN. 

Distiller and "Wholesale Liquor Dealer, Louis- 
ville. K.v. 



WILLIAM PATTERSON. JR. 

Wholesale Liquors; Commission Merchant; Louis- 
ville. Ky. 



WHISKY, WINES AND LIQUORS. 





CHARLES SCHIMPELBB. 

Wholesale Whiskies. Wines and Liquors, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



AUGUST HOLLENBACH. 

Wholesale and Retail Wines: only strictly first- 
class wine house in Louisville, K.v. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



211 



BREWERS. 

SENN 4 ACKERMAN BREWING CO- 





FRANK SENN. 

President Senn & Ackerman Brewing 
ville, Ky. 



Co., Louis- 



PHIL1P ACKERMAN. 

Vice-President and Manager Senn & Ackerinan 
Brewing Co., Louisville, Ky. 





FRANK P. SENN. 

Tiv.-i surer Senn & Arkerman Brewing Co.. Louis- 
villc. Ky. 



EDWARD GEORGE HILL. 

Secretary Senu & Ackermau Brewing Co.. Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



212 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OP KENTUCKY. 



BREWERS 





JOHN F. KELLNER. 

Pres. Frank Fehr Brewing Co.: Mrmlier Masonic 

Order (Blue Lodge No. 137 Scottish Rite 

Knights Templar and Mystic Shrine); 

Mnnber Commercial Club; Bonrd of 

Trade: Vioe-Pres. Ger. Sec. Bank, 

Louisville, Ky. 



FREDERICK F. KBLLNEK. 

nliriiiir F'rank Fehr Brewing Co.: Member Ma- 

sni.- (Viler (Blue Lodge No. 137 Scottish Rite 

Knights Templar and Mystic Shrini-), Lonis- 

villr. Kv. 





JOHN FRED OERTF.L. 
Proprietor Butchertown Brewery, Louisvil 



le. Ky. 



TlIKiilxiltE MKNK. 

I'roprietor Lexington Street Brewing Co., Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



213 



BREWERS, DISTILLERS' SUPPLIES. 





JOHN E. WALTER. 

John E. and Frank Walter. Proprietors Clay Street 
Brewery, Louisville, Ivy. 



FRANK WALTER. 

John E. and Prank Walter, Proprietors Clay Street 
Brewery, Louisville. Ky. 





WILLIAM PALMER. 
Proprietor Cliftou Brewery, Louisville, Ky. 



JOHN W. BILES. 

President The Turuey-Drier Co.. Distillers' Sup- 
plies, Louisville, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



PACKERS, STOCK YARD COMPANIES. 




HliXRY F. EMBRY. 

President Conrad Provision Co., Pork Packers; 

Tatum, Embry & Co., Liye Stock Commission 

Merchants, Louisville, Ky. 




LOUIS 1'. EORNWASSER. 
Pork and Beef Packer, Louisville, Ky. 




BENJAMIN H. HURT. 
President Central Stock Yards Co., Louisville, Ky. 




G. ALLEX BIRCH. 

Superintendent Bourbnu Stock Yards Co., Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



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MEATS. 





GOTTLIEB LAYER. 

-Meats: President New Southern Malting Co.; Park 
Commissioner, Louisville, Ky. 



HENRY STRAUS. 
Meats, Louisville, Ivy. 




WILL F. HOERTER. 
Meats, Louisville, Ky. 




JOSEPH GATTERDAM. 
Meats, Louisville, Ky. 



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FETTER'S -NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



FUNERAL DIRECTORS. 





JOHN JIAAS. JR. 

Funeral Director: President of the Falls Cities 
Funeral Directors' Association, Louis- 
ville. Ky. 



HENRY SCHOPPENHORST. 

Funeral Director and Bmbalmer; Vice-President 
Funeral Directors' Association, Louis- 
ville. Ky. 





AL. S. SMITH. 

Funeral Director; Secretary of the Falls Cities 
Funeral Directors' Association, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



HENRY BOSSE. JR. 

Funeral Director; Treasurer Funeral Directors' 
Ass... -iriticm, Louisville. Ky. 



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FUNERAL DIRECTORS, CARRIAGE CO. 





LORENZO D. PEARSON. 

Of L. D. I'earson & Son. Funeral Directors; 

oldest undertaker in State, fifty-five years 

in business, Louisville, Ky. 



EDXVARD C. PEARSON. 

Of L. D. Pearson & Son, Funeral Directors: Treas 
urer Kentucky Funeral Directors' Associa- 
tion, Louisville, Ky. 





JOUN C. SCHILDT. 

Of C. Schildt & Son. Funeral Directors; Corre- 
sponding Secretary Kentucky Funeral 
Directors' Association, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



JOHN E. HOCUE. 

President Louisville Carriage Co. ; Roche, Hydes 

Co.; first to introduce tue automobile in 

Kentucky; Secretary and Treasurer 

Walkers Creek Coal & Coke Co.. 

Lonisville. Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



LIVE STOCK BROKERS LIVERYMEN, MAIL CONTRACTOR. 





CLIFTON TATUM. 

Senior Member of the tirm of Tatum. Embry 
Co., Live Stock Commission Merchants; 
also of J. F. Kurfees Paint Co., 
Louisville, Ky. 



W. DOUGLAS ROACH. 

Live Stock Broker, Horse and Mule Dealer. Ship- 
per of Mules and Horses, Louisville, Ky. 





GARRET D. WILSON. 

Livery and Sale Stables, Horsemen's Headquar- 
ters; the finest and best equipped stable 
in the world. Lexington, Ky. 



M. R. I'ORTMAN. 

Government Mail Contractor; Liveryman; Mem- 
ber Red Men. Cherokee No. 8, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OP KENTUCKY." 



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TOBACCO WAREHOUSES BROKERS, CLEARING HOUSE. 





EDWARD J. O'BRIEN. 

Tobacco Broker; President Louisville Leaf To- 
bacco Exchange, Louisville, Ky. 



JAMES S. rilDI.l'S. SK. 
Retired Tobacco Merchant: identiticd with 
tobacco trade for over forty years. 
Louisville, Ky. 



the 





CHARLES A. BRIDGES. 

Senior Member of firm of C. A. Bridges & Co., 
Proprietors Pickett Tobacco Warehouse; 
Former President Louisville Leaf To- 
bacco Exchange Louisville, Ky. 



1S11AM BRIDGES. 

Sou of Clias. A. Bridges; Manager Louisville 
Clearing House; Secretary Kentucky Bank- 
ing Association; Pendennis Club. Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY.' 



TOBACCO WAREHOUSES-WORKS. 





JAMES M. BUCKNER. 

President Buckner Tntiacco Warehouse Co., 
Louisville, Ky. 



JOHN G. HARRIS. 

Of Megular, Harris & Co., Managers Ninth Street 
Tobacco Warehouse, Louisville. Ky. 





LABAN M. RICE. 

Of Rice & Turner Tobacco Warehouse, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



FERDINAND J. PFINGST.* 
Former Proprietor of National Tobacco Works, 

Louisville, Kv. 
Died June 18. 1901. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



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BREEDERS OF RACE HORSES, FARMERS. 





JOHN T. HUGHES. 

Owner and Dealer in Fancy Horses; Farmer; 

native of Fayctte County: a self-made man. 

Lexiugton, Ky. 



MA.JOK BAKAK U. THOMAS. 

Breedc-r of Race Horses; niany ^r-at racr horses 

have been given by him to the turf; Ilira 

Villa, six miles north of Lexington, Ky. 



TURFMAN, TOBACCO BUYER. 





W. M. WALLACE. 
Turfman, Lexington, Ky. 



E. CAKL FUANKE. 
Tobacco Buyer, Louisville, Ky. 



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KETTICR'S NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY." 



SEED GROWER, HORTICULTURIST, FARMERS. 





C. FRANK WOOD. 

Of firm of Wood. Stubbs & Co.. Growers, Im- 
porters and Exporters of Seeds of all 
ki;ids. Louisville, Ky. 



EDWARD F. TVETSTEIN. 

Horticulturist; Secretary and Treasurer Garden- 
ers" & Farmers' Market Co.; Vice-Presi- 
dent Deaconess Home and Hospital. 
L'Miisville, Ivy. 




CHAUMCS C. Sl'ALDlNG. 

Farmer: Graduate of St. Mary's College; Member 

Legislature from Marion County, two terms; 

Delegate Dem. Nnt. Cou., Kansas City; 

Member Dnn. State Campaign Com.. 

Lebanon, Ky. 




E. G. McGINNIS. 
Farmer. Eminence, Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY.' 



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FLORISTS. 





HKNKY NANZ. 

Secretary and Manager Nanz & Xeuuer, Inc., Flor- 
ists, founded "1850, incorporated 1S9G. 
Louisville. Ky. 



HERBERT G. WALKER. 
Florist, Louisville, Ky. 





EDWARD G. UEIUERS. 
Flnrist. Louisville. Ky. 



JOSEPH E. MARRET. 
Florist. Louisville, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OF KENTUCKY. 



MERCHANTS. 



GROCERY, HARDWARE. 





WILLIAM E. GRINSTEAD. 

Of firm W. B. Grinstead & Co., over forty-six 

years in the wholes:! le grocery business. 

Lo'uisville. Kv. 



F. T. GUNTHER. 

Wholesale Grocer; Vice-President National De- 
posit Bank, Owensboro, Ky. 





J. 1'. FKAXK. 

President J. T. Frauk Grocery Co.. Wholesale 
Gnu-cry and Hardware, Danville, Ky. 



C. P. CECIL, JR. 
-Merchant. Grocery, Hardware, etc., Danville, Ky. 



GUTTER'S "NOTABLES MEN OP KENTUCKY. 



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MERCHANTS. 

GROCERY 





KY. 



PAUL A. M:FK. 

< ; rt>i-rl\ I.nllisvi Mr. K>'. 





CIIAIM.KS V. WOODS, 
r, Ijonisville, Ky. 



JOSKIMI W. IIIVINK 
CL-MCOJ-, Lebanon, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OP KENTUCKY. 



MERCHANTS. 

GROCERY, HARDWARE, WHOLESALE PRODUCE. 





CHARLES E. RUN VAN. 
Grocer, Louisville, Ky. 



FREDERICK KLUSMEIER. 
Groceries nnd I'ruvisions. Louisville, Ky. 





BIO.N. J. DURHAM. 

Hardware McTrliant. Danville. Ky. 



DAVID B. Sl'ERRY. 

Produce, Louisville. Ky. 



FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OK KENTUCKY. 



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MERCHANTS. 



WHOLESALE PRODUCE 





WALTER S. MITCHELL. 

President National League of Commission Mer 
cli.-mts cf United States; of firm of Mayer, 
Mitchell & Co., Wholesale Produce, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 



IIAKKV K. WHITBS1DE. 

Wholesale Produce: President Jobbers' Associa- 
tion of Louisville, Ky. 





WALTER S. MAYER. 

Of firm of Mayer, Mitchell & Co., Wholesale Pro- 
duce and Foreign Fruits, Louisville, Ky. 



ALFRED E. MAYER. 

Of arm of Mayer, Mitchell & Co., Wholesale Pro- 
duce and Foreign Fruits, Louisville, Ky. 



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FETTER'S "NOTABLE MEN OK KENTUCKY. 



MERCHANTS. 





ROBERT L. MARSHALL.* 

Inventor of Xolatili- Watch Appliances; Jeweler 

:unl Optician; Watch Inspector for Illinois 

Central Railroad, Elizabethtown, Ky. 



PAUL C. EARTH.* 

Cement Dealer; with Utica Lime Co. twenty-live 
years, Louisville, Ky. 



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